PATCH are currently busy sorting out items from their 10th toy appeal with thousands of presents going to children in Pembrokeshire this Christmas.

Each child will get a cuddly toy, three toys, a reading book and an arts or craft book.

The charity will be delivering to 950 children in the county and there is still time to donate items.

They are in desperate need of large sealable cardboard boxes, wrapping paper, toys for babies and chocolate selection boxes.

Members of the fire service, police and the army have already been in to help sort some of the toys and volunteers are still needed.

Valero have also helped while churches and schools have also done their bit.

PATCH are currently based in the store next to Greggs on Charles Street and will be there until 4pm today (Tuesday).

They will then be there from 10am to 5pm on Wednesday and Thursday.

Tracy Olin said: “Pembrokeshire Frame are doing the deliveries and they have been incredible. Without them we really couldn’t do this.

“We’re the elves sorting the presents and they are Father Christmas delivering them.”

Tracy also gave a huge thanks to the people of Pembrokeshire for their donations.

If you can help just go along and you will be welcomed.