We're commited to keeping our peaceful corner of Pembrokeshire clean from litter as well as recycling as much waste as possible.

To that end, we've joined forces with the local Neyland Town Council and the 'Keep Wales Tidy' charity to provide locals with the tools they need for a #2MinuteStreetClean.

Located at the start of the Brunel Nature Trail at the northern end of the marina, we now have a station of bags and litter picks, as well as a recycling station for a wide range of items with information to help the public. The new station was opened by Cllr Simon Hancock, Gareth Lawlor from PCC's Environmental Team and our Marina Director James Cotton.

As any visitor to the marina will have seen, Neyland Yacht Haven has home to an abundance of wildlife with rare and unique birds enjoying the foreshore and wooded areas that surround our marina. 

With a range of recycling and waste bins on-site, we hope members of the public will join the Haven Team in collecting litter and keeping our environment tidy.

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