A wildlife habitat with a sea view has been created in Tenby, and volunteers are needed to monitor its progress towards biodiversity.
On the upper level of the Croft Gardens overlooking North Beach, the grass has been left to grow long to provide a good habitat for wildlife and to increase the biodiversity around the picturesque seaside town.
Pathways have been cut into Croft Garden Meadow so that they can still be used easily.
A survey of the plant life is being done every month to see what species grow in this mini-meadow as the seasons change.
Danuta Nash (pictured) has volunteered to help with this, and more volunteers are welcome. If you are interested, please contact Anne Draper at Tenby Town Council on [email protected] or on 01834 842730.