Over 1,300 children from across Pembrokeshire have been given safety advice at this year's Crucial Crew.
The pupils took part in the annual event, at the Withybush Showground in Haverfordwest.
Coordinated by Pembrokeshire County Council's Road Safety Unit, and sponsored by South Hook LNG with support from PowerSafe, Crucial Crew teaches Year 6 pupils from across the County how to deal with various potential dangers and hazards.
Throughout the two-week event professionals from several different agencies gave youngsters advice on how to stay safe on the road, on the beach, on farms and at home.
Now in its 18th year, the event has hosted well over 20,000 children in Pembrokeshire over the years.
Councillor Jamie Adams, Cabinet Member for Highways and Planning, who visited the event last week, thanked all who took part for their commitment and regard for the safety of children in the County.
"Crucial Crew is a brilliant event designed to encourage young people to learn how to react to dangerous situations and to provide an opportunity for them to practice safety skills in an exciting, stimulating and safe environment," he said.
"The feedback we have is that the children enjoy it and learn valuable lessons.
Mohammed Al Naimi, General Manager of South Hook LNG, is hugely impressed by the event, commenting: "Safety is our top priority at South Hook, so to be able to support such a valuable learning experience for Pembrokeshire youngsters is incredibly rewarding for us."
Organisations taking part in this year's event are: Domestic Abuse Forum, Dyfed Powys Police, Food Safety, Maritime Coastguard Agency, Mid and West Wales, Fire Brigade, National Farmers Union, Road Safety, School Transport, Red Cross, Welsh Ambulance Trust, RNLI and Western Power Distribution.
Organisers thanked main sponsors South Hook LNG and PowerSafe for their financial support and also the Pembrokeshire Agricultural Society for providing the event building.
Children learnt how to deal with potential dangers and hazards at this year's Crucial Crew. Pictured with pupils from Narberth CP School are (left to right); John Gobbi, county road safety officer, Laura Allen-Clarke, community liaison co-ordinator at South Hook LNG, Paul Deverson from Powersafe, Rebecca Evans and Ghislane Davies from South Hook LNG, Jim Moffat, health and safety manager at South Hook LNG, Steve Bryant, group manager at Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service, Chief Superintendant Dean Richards, and Simon Pearson, station manager for Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service
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