YOUNG Pembroke Dock Community School pupil Elly Neville, and her fundraising Ward 10 Flag, recently met up with Jerome Flynn, TV star of Game of Thrones and Ripper Street.

Elly, the daughter of Lyn and Ann Neville of Pembroke, has been raising valuable funds the refurbishment and upgrade of Ward 10 cancer ward through her prize-winning collage of the Pembrokeshire Flag.

The Pembroke Dock Community School pupil’s appeal, at recently passed the £83,000 mark.

Jerome was very happy to give his support to Elly's Appeal by having some photos and even holding a mock sword-fight with Elly.

Jerome said: "Elly has done a fantastic job raising so much money for cancer patients in Pembrokeshire and is inspirational.”

Elly’s dad, Lyn, said: “It was very obvious talking to Jerome that he loves Pembrokeshire and its people. Elly was quite quiet when we were with Jerome but was very loud leaving, shouting Thanks and Goodbye.

“Elly's big brother Rhys came along, as he is a huge Game of Thrones fan. We thank Jerome for giving up his time to show his support for Elly's Flag which has now raised over £83,000 for Cancer Patient experience and environment on Ward 10 at Withybush Hospital, Haverfordwest.

Elly and her family are continuing to seek donations via the Just Giving page, or you can make a cheque payable to Elly’s Ward 10 Flag Appeal T928 and send it C/o, Pembrokeshire Cancer Support, 91 Queen Street, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, SA72 6JE.

You can also go into any Pembrokeshire branch of Barclays Bank and quote Elly’s Ward 10 Flag Appeal T928, or you can donate by texting Flag88 to 70070 and the amount you wish to donate: £2, £5, £10.