Milford Haven Youth Centre has been given a boost from its local Tesco store.
The supermarket giant's store in Milford Haven has donated £250 towards new equipment so the youth club can set up its own radio station.
The radio station project aims to give young people a chance to produce their own programmes to be broadcast in the youth club.
As well as entertaining members and giving them an opportunity to develop their IT skills, the project will also inform members and others about matters that affect their community.
Should the pilot scheme prove popular it is hoped to expand the project beyond the youth centre and set up a digital station to broadcast over the internet.
Community Youth Worker Nick Hudd said Tesco's had done a lot to support the youth centre since it opened just over a year ago.
"This generous contribution will enable young people to have an active voice and inform others of a range of things happening in the community, in a format they can relate to," he said.
Pictured with some of the young people from Milford Haven Youth Centre are Police Community Support Officers Paul Mayhew and Adam Goy; Youth Workers Nadine Farmer and Nikki Elliott; and Debbie Mills from Tesco
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