A Stunning View of Saundersfoot's Future For Business Lunch Attendees
- AuthorBetsan Powell
Business people from across Pembrokeshire got a stunning view of the exciting regeneration plans for Saundersfoot Harbour when they gathered for the latest Four Seasons Business Lunch.
Michael Davies, Chief Executive Officer of the Trust Port of Saundersfoot, was a guest speaker at the event, which drew attendees from across the Pembrokeshire region to the Wolfscastle Country Hotel, Haverfordwest.
Michael oversees the operation of the site and he is working with the Harbour Commissioners to transform this important region, which is to be further developed into a marine tourism destination – the Wales International Coastal Centre.
Michael was joined at the lunch by Philip Wyn Evans CBE, Harbour Commissioner and the Chairman of Celtic Haven Resort Limited.
Betsan Powell, Director at JCP Solicitors said: “This most recent Pembrokeshire Four Seasons Lunch was fascinating and uplifting, giving attendees a real sense of the excitement about the investment - not just of capital, but of ideas and enthusiasm - that is going into Saundersfoot, one of the loveliest parts of Pembrokeshire.
“It is always pleasing to hear about positive and ambitious developments going ahead on our doorstep, and I am grateful to both Michael and Philip for sharing their insights with us into how this transformation of Saundersfoot Harbour will enrich this lovely part of West Wales.”
The Pembrokeshire Four Seasons Business Lunch is sponsored by JCP Solicitors, Pembrokeshire Tourism, Thomas Carroll and Ashmole and Co and is open to all those working in Pembrokeshire.
The next lunch will take place on 29th September with Simon Wright, food writer, broadcaster and restaurateur. Please contact Josh Nicholls on 01267 248899 or email email@example.com for further information.
The image attached shows, from left to right, Simon Lawrence from Thomas Carroll, Betsan Powell from JCP Solicitors, Michael Davies from Saundersfoot Harbour, Jo Shapcott from Pembrokeshire Tourism and Ian Badham from Ashmole & Co.