Ticket sales for a charity concert in Pembrokeshire have been hit by the petrol crisis.

Seats were selling well for this Saturday's event at the Follies Theatre, Folly Farm, starring classical crossover artistes Richard and Adam, young musicians from Pembrokeshire and Whitland Male Voice Choir.

But when news of the petrol crisis broke, sales dried up, said event organisers, Narberth and Whitland Rotary.

The organisation is now appealing for people to come forward and buy tickets to help the event's chief charity, the Wales Air Ambulance.

Said a spokesman for Narberth and Whitland Rotary:"Whilst the club are pleased to say all costs have been met, they would love to be able to sell more tickets to allow them to make a good donation to the Wales Air Ambulance charity."

Young musicians who will feature in the concert are Carys Underwood of Narberth on the marimba, singer Phebe Salmon of Dinas Cross, and soprano Ffion Thomas from north Pembrokeshire.

Club president Elaine Bradbury said: “Thankfully, the petrol situation is now resolving itself and we are also delighted to confirm that this event meets all the latest Covid guidance from the Welsh Government and meets all the criteria. There is no need for a Covid Pass”.

Tickets are available at Dales Music Store Tenby; Rock n Rolla Emporium, Narberth; The Creative Cafe Haverfordwest Gallery & Crafts and also online at www.nwrotary.co.uk, for collection at the door. The concert starts at 7pm this Saturday, October 9.