LITTLE Haven has joined the list of Pembrokeshire towns to be captured on the small screen, as the village plays hosts to crews from S4C.

Having been battered by huge waves during the spate of bad weather earlier this year, the coastal village has bounced back, and is now the setting for an eight-part Welsh language drama series.

Cara Fi (Love Me) will focus on a little town in west Wales where women are in short supply and men are looking for love.

The local landlady sets out on a mission to find a woman for all the single men in the area, which includes her own son.

Opting for a rather different method of match-making, she decides to advertise the men on milk cartons!

Each week, a new woman visits the village on the hunt for a husband.

A spokesman for S4C said Pembrokeshire was chosen as a location because series producer Laura Cotton, is from Trefin.

The series will star Steffan Rhodri and the cast includes Rhian Jones, Gaynor Morgan Rees, Christine Pritchard, Iwan John and Gareth Pierce.

The show, produced by Touchpaper Television, is due to be broadcast in November, with English subtitles.