Pembrokeshire Lottery praised for 20 years of job creation
A lottery scheme set up in Pembrokeshire to help create jobs is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
More than 5,000 people now pledge £1 a week to the scheme which provides interest free loans to help small companies take on more workers.
Lottery organisers say 1,600 new jobs have been created thanks to the scheme.
Bob Thomson from Rhyal Engineering told BBC Wales economics correspondent Sarah Dickins how the lottery helped his company.
25 Nov 2013
- From the section Wales