FISHGUARD'S Abergwaun Gateway Club is looking fresh and welcoming, thanks to a recent community make-over.

The Gateway Club has given a new home to the Rainbow Support Centre and Transition Bro Gwaun (TBG), both of whom have both have recently lost their buildings.

Together they aim to regenerate the Gateway Club building into a new community hub, providing an integrated space for people of all abilities, with people with disabilities at its core.

TBG's community fridge has also re-opened in a new purpose- built home next to the Gateway Club.

The make-over was completed last Friday due to a dedicated group of volunteers.

Jimmy and Owen (Seagulls under 13s and Ysgol Bro Gwaun), Nasir (Croeso Abergwaun) Nigel, Eifion and Peter (Gateway Club) Vanessa (Greening) Tom and Julia (Transition) and Nic and Nicky (Rainbow Support Centre) have all given up their time to get the club looking lovely..

"We had a huge amount of paint donated by people of our towns, Jewsons and Travis Perkins and Stena have said they want to help with a donation," said Julia and Nigel who coordinated the makeover.

"We are overwhelmed by the kindness, generosity and support we have been given. The big downstairs room of the Gateway Club is going to look wonderful for the club members when they meet next Tuesday and really welcoming for all the new groups who will be using it too."