A Pembrokeshire family which swapped farming for a flourishing future in the leisure industry is this spring celebrating 20 years of success.
Celtic Holiday Parks, which owns three multi-award winning parks in the county, has become one of Wales's leading tourism providers.
But according to Huw Pendleton, who owns the business with his parents Vic and Ann, Celtic's anniversary year will be marked not just by a series of fun events.
He is also drawing up a series of environmental initiatives to reinforce the reputation of his parks as some of the greenest places to take a holiday in Wales.
It was in 1999 that the Pendletons sold the family's farm in Rhuallt, North Wales, and bought Croft Country Park in Narberth, Pembrokeshire.