LOCAL groups will receive more than £2,000 from Milford Haven Town Council.

At its meeting on Monday, the council agreed to donate money to a host of groups within the town.

The biggest cheque is £1,210 to local Army Cadets to buy new whiteboards, projectors and a laptop.

Pembrokeshire Disabled Bowlers will receive £300 to help pay for transport costs for members with wheelchair access needs.

The money will help players attend away games and practice days.

The Rotary Club of Milford Haven will get £300 towards their annual Kids' Day Out.

The group hopes to take around 50 disadvantaged primary age pupils and their carers on a day trip to Folly Farm in June.

Pembrokeshire Special Needs Gymnastics Club will receive £200 towards attending the Special Olympics in Sheffield in August.

Pembrokeshire Action To Combat Hardship (PATCH) will also get £200 towards running costs.

Last year the charity gave out 3,500 food parcels, provided clothes for 431 people, and small household items for 436 people in need.

Milford United Under-9s and All Pembrokeshire Cruse will also receive £100 each.