South Hook LNG help fund new safety boat
Neyland Yacht Club’s fundraising for essential safety equipment has been boosted, following financial support from the South Hook LNG Community Fund. The Club has been able to purchase a replacement safety boat, helping to keep the young sailors safe on the water.
Safety is the utmost importance to all those who are involved with junior sailing at the Club, and safety principles are instilled in the children and young people that take part. The Club is a recognised training centre with the Royal Yachting Association (RYA) and high safety standards are essential in delivering sailing and powerboat activities.
Neyland Yacht Club is located on the banks of the River Cleddau and has been operating successfully for over 50 years. Visit their website at www.neylandyachtclub.co.uk, to see the range of fun water based activities that the Club offers, or visit the Clubhouse in Neyland. You will receive a warm welcome!
The South Hook LNG Community Fund, in partnership with Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services (PAVS), supports local community projects that promote values such as safety, environment, education and wellbeing.
If you would like to apply for support from the South Hook LNG Community Fund, visit www.pavs.org.uk for information, including applicable criteria.
Neyland Yacht Club Commodore, Keith Howell, Rhys Bromhall, Chief Dinghy and Powerboat Instructor with Club members, joined by representatives from PAVS and South Hook LNG.