Camrose Community Sings For Prostate Cymru

The thriving rural community of Camrose, near Haverfordwest in Pembrokeshire has a distinguished record for outstanding work and activities within the parish as well as raising substantial sums of money in support of countless charities.

Recently, the members of the Camrose Community Centre, who are based at the old Camrose South School, held their annual carol service at the Camrose Baptist Chapel which attracted a large gathering. The proceeds of the collection at the service amounted to £200 which has now been presented to Prostate Cymru.

The charity assists with funding in many areas in support of the medical profession specialising in prostate disease. In addition, it funds a continuous awareness campaign which is seen as vital work when statistics show that early detection of prostate cancer results in 99% of sufferers having a life expectancy of at least 10 years.

Pictured: Dilwyn Phillips, along with fellow members of the Camrose Community Centre, present a cheque for £200 to Brian Harries of Pembrokeshire Friends of Prostate Cymru.

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