SATURDAY’S annual Pennar Hall Fun Day drew the crowds once again, with plenty for everyone.

The September 9 event, opened by Pembroke Dock councillor Maureen Colgan, was arranged by Pennar Hall Committee members Elizabeth and Mike Cook, Tony and Maggie Wilcox, Lionel Nutting, Michele Wiggins, Lucy Warren, Sarah John, Paul and Carmel McNulty, and helping as always, John Harvey and Sarah Payne.

Michele Wiggins of Pennar Hall Committee said: “Lots of people attended, it was a day for people to have fun rather than spend money; that's why there were a lot of free things like the crafts, bouncy castle, face painting, and teddy bears picnic, and

Pembrokeshire Model Club, which everyone found really interesting.

“The Vibe School of Dance was amazing, as always, and we held a raffle where most prices were donated Hangar 5, Pembroke Carvery, Folly Farm and Manor House, and Tesco donated two toys: also there was wine and chocolates.”