THE outstanding contribution of unsung heroes to the town of Milford Haven has again been recognised through the annual Citizens’ Awards.

The 2019 award winners have been announced and include volunteers, cadets and a luncheon club.

Each one played their part and devoted time and energy into making Milford Haven a better place to live.

In the adult category the winners are John Goldspink, Peter Griffiths, Norma Barlow, Jackie Davies and Pam McGillivray.

John Goldspink was awarded for his work as a volunteer at Milford Museum.

Peter Griffiths for his work playing in churches, Havenhurst - he has his own Church choir at Christ Church.

Norma Barlow, Jackie Davies, Pam McGillivray were all nominated for their work with the Hubberston and Hakin Luncheon Club.

The youth award winner was Cadet Sergeant Max Thompson.

Mr Thompson was awarded for his work with the Milford Haven Sea Cadets and Royal Marines Cadets.

A posthumous award was given to Bernard Prettyman.

Mr Prettyman was well known in the town for his work with the Milford Museum and the Torch Theatre.

Winners will receive their certificates at a special award ceremony on Friday, June 7.