Over 150 Pembrokeshire young musicians are looking forward to this year’s Music at the Manor, a celebration of local talent with Tenby headteacher Mr Haynes as compère.

Pembrokeshire Music Service is proud to announce the return of the popular event on Friday, May 10 at Scolton Manor for an evening of fantastic entertainment.

More than 150 Pembrokeshire young musicians will showcase their talents in the beautiful surroundings.

This is the third Music at the Manor event, expanding on the success of previous years to bring an exciting evening of musical celebration from across Pembrokeshire.

Gates open at 4.30pm for a 6pm start and guests are invited to bring a chair or blanket and arrive in plenty of time to relax, soak up the atmosphere and grab something to eat. Food lovers will be well catered for with Daps Baps, Pembs Pizza co and Worley’s Ice-creams on hand and Absolute Events Bars to provide a drink to enjoy along with the music.

Face painting by the talented Gabrielle Swales will also be on offer.

Performing are: Pembrokeshire Music Service (PMS) Youth String Orchestra, PMS Youth Wind Band, PMS Youth Brass Band, PMS Rock and Pop bands “Nebular” and “Broken Strings”, PMS Youth Woodwind ensemble, and PMS Training Orchestra featuring the Second Steps ensemble players.

Cleddau Chamber orchestra and Pembrokeshire Music Service Community Choir will also perform.

Compére for the evening is Ysgol Greenhill headteacher David Haynes.

An event for the whole family, tickets prices start at £4 (concessions). They will be available on the night but to reduce potential for congestion pre-payment is recommended. You can purchase tickets online or alternatively contact Angela White on 01437 775202.