PEMBROKE DOCK HARLEQUINS have announced that they are arranging a memorial match and family fun day called “Forever-11”, raising money for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution and the Wales Air Ambulance.
The event is in memory Zac Thompson, who sadly passed away last month after getting into difficulty in the sea at Angle Beach, whilst out playing with his brother and cousin.
His death hit the Pembroke Dock community hard, and once again they are coming together to remebmer Zac.
The event will take place on August 28th at the Harlequin’s ground from 12pm til late.
At the event there will be attended by representatives from the emergency services – including a demonstration from the fire brigade of how they deal with a road traffic accident.
Also attending the event will be Kelly Williams Dance School, Samba Doc, Pembroke Male Voice Choir, The Driag Acadamy, Chris Ree Boxing Club, Get The Boys a Lift, Pure West Radio, The Pembrokeshire Hearld, Paddle West, The Young Farmers as well as various musical entertainement from local bands.
There will also be games such as Name the Bear, Hook a Duck, Lucky Dip etc.
The memorial rugby match being played for the Zac Thompson Cup will take place at 4pm.
The first 500 people to enter the ground will be entered into a prize draw to stay for one night in “the best botique hotel in London.”