PEOPLE who find themselves alone this Christmas are invited once again to feast with new found friends.

Christmas Together is an annual event that regularly sees around 100 guests come together to share a festive feast.

Now in its eighth year, Christmas Together has been hugely successful in bringing people together for some Christmas cheer, in what can be for some, the loneliest time of the year.

Milford Haven town councillor Colin Sharp, who helps organise the event with fellow councillor, Guy Woodham, said the event is a team effort, that would not be possible without the support of volunteers, groups and businesses who ensure the event can run each year.

“When we started we had about 60 people turn up, we fundraised by local oil refineries, raffles, any way we could,” Cllr Sharp said.

“We wanted to make it a free event for people of all ages.

“It’s grown quite considerably and we have over 100 people come every year.

“[Guy and I] run it, but without all the companies and people volunteering it wouldn’t be possible.

“There are lots of fantastic people who help us every year. Those are the amazing people.”

Held at Pill Social Centre, Milford Haven, the day provides a fun, friendly and relaxed atmosphere, along with a three-course festive lunch and Christmas entertainment.

Once again, the event is provided free of charge for all attendees which includes free transport for those who would otherwise be unable to attend.

To find out more, please contact Cllr Guy Woodham, by emailing or call 07411 287 533.

The cut off date is December 22, but late entries considered.