THIS Saturday (March 30) at 8.30pm, millions of homes, businesses and landmarks will go dark.

Lights will be switched off across Wales, the UK and internationally as part of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Earth Hour campaign.

In 2018, more than 400,000 people in Wales took part - sending a clear message to decision-makers that they care about the future of our planet.

WWF feels small actions could have a significant impact on the future of our planet, providing many people get involved.

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Paul Davies, Assembly Member for Preseli-Pembrokeshire, is among those to have pledged his support for the campaign: “As an Assembly Member and as an individual, I understand how important it is that I have a pivotal role to play in safeguarding the future of the natural world.

"We have seen populations of wildlife plummet in Wales and this needs to be halted.

"Everyone depends on nature for clear air and water, fertile soils and to improve our health and wellbeing.

"I hope many people in Preseli-Pembrokeshire, and across Wales, will make a pledge for Earth Hour and switch off at 8.30pm on Saturday, March 30."

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