Of the many MaDD activities undertaken by College staff, there was one in particular that caught the attention of S4C.
Approached by Pembroke 21C Community Association, Julia Davies, Faye Ryan, Jenny Badger, Bernie Colfer, Wendy Salisbury and Chris Jenkins worked together to create a new wildlife pond at Holyland Wood.
The pond was created as part of a wider education project run by Pembroke 21C focused on Pembroke Millponds and Holyland Wood. Now complete the pond is being used by local schools and community groups including the local scouts who use the pond as part of their nature badge.
S4C picked up on the story when it appeared in the local press and contacted 21C who turned to the College for a welsh speaker to be interviewed for the Heno programme.
If you are interested in helping monitor the pond as it develops its own unique wildlife or would like to know more about the project please contact the Millpond Education Officers on Bethan@pembroke21c.org.uk, pop into Foundry House or call 01646 680090.
Finally, many thanks to Wendy for volunteering to be interviewed.