Councillors in Saundersfoot are to hold a meeting to discuss the future risk of coastal erosion for seaside villages.

The way that Pembrokeshire deals with future flooding and the risk of coastal erosion for seaside villages was on the agenda at a meeting in Saundersfoot earlier this year - with important decisions needing to be made over a relativity short period of time to address concerns on the impact of climate change.

Members of the village’s Community Council have now agreed to hold a ‘Sustainable Coastal Communities’ meeting for the public to update them on the climate impacts on Saundersfoot in the next 100 years.

The meeting will take place on Friday, June 21 between 9am and 12pm in the Regency Hall.