A trio of local companies have come on board to support next spring's charity concert at Folly Farm which stars Britain's Got Talent winner, The Lost Voice Guy, who appeared on Monday's Royal Variety Performance.

The concert is being organised by the Rotary Club of Narberth and Whitland, and also features Eurovision Song Contest winners of yesteryear, Brotherhood of Man.

Backing the event are Templeton Beer Wine & Spirit Co., Andrew Rees & Sons, retail and catering butchers of Narberth and Gravells Kia, also of Narberth.

Sponsors were recently invited to Folly Farm, where Rotary club president Tony Ensom thanked them for their generous support.

The concert line-up will be completed by Pembrokeshire rockabilly and boogie woogie band, The Curveballs.

The concert takes place in the Follies Theatre at Folly Farm on Saturday March 30.

Tickets, at £25 and £30, are now on sale, with most of the top-priced ones already snapped up.

They can be bought online at www.nwrotary.co.uk or from Dales Music Shop, Tenby; Rock 'n' Rolla Boutique Narberth and the Creative Café, High Street, Haverfordwest.