Successful Open Day

We had a very successful Open Day – our thanks to all those who came to visit the Centre, particularly those who gave us donations for the work that we do here. Cllr. Linda Brown presented the Centre with a cheque for £558.48 raised last year when she was Mayor of Pembroke, and we also received £100 from Saundersfoot Rotary Club and an individual donation of £25. If you weren’t able to come to our Open Day do feel free to drop in any time to have a look round or pass on our details to anyone you think we might be able to help.

Come to our Open Day

Heard about the HOPE Centre? Ever wondered what we do here? We’d love to see you at our Open Day on Friday 27th September. From 10.30am to 2.30pm you will be able to see around the Centre and chat to Trustees and staff about what we offer, and how we can help. Just come along, anytime you like.

Unit 57 Honeyborough Business Park, Neyland SA73 1SE 01646 600384 info@hopemscentre.co.uk

Great day at the Pembroke Show

Many thanks to Paul Wheeler who joined Ken, Mo and Vanessa at the Pembroke Show in Lamphey last week. We had a lot of interest in the HOPE Centre, gave our new exhibition its first outing and sold hundreds of Community Raffle tickets – all of which income comes back to HOPE. Doing the same again in a couple of weeks time at the Martletwy Show.



Hooray for Emily – here comes her Skydive

Emily, one of our oxygen tank volunteer operators, is doing her first Skydive on the 17th August and raising money for HOPE at the same time. We hope it is a fantastic experience for her – something she has always wanted to do – and look forward to hearing all about it. Have a good one Emily.

Midsummer Concert update

We are so pleased to be able to confirm that our recent Midsummer Concert raised just over £3000 for the HOPE Centre a couple of weeks ago. A fantastic effort and thank you once again to our sponsors and volunteers and all who came on the night.

Midsummer Concert at St. Davids Cathedral

We had an amazing concert at St. Davids Cathedral last Friday – Midsummer’s Day. Theweather that evening was perfect, the venue was stunning and everyone enjoyed our concert which featured the Haverfordwest Male Voice Choir, Neyland Ladies Choir (Musical Director Lynne Kelleher), Philip Howells (fantastic performance on the Marimba) and Sarah Sharp (a very accomplished clarinettist) who was also the Musical Director for the HMVC. Peter Griffiths accompanied both choirs and our excellent compere was Huw George. More details of how much we raised for the HOPE Centre soon.