The family of a "kind and caring" young man who drowned after a night out on his 18th birthday is backing a national water safety campaign.
Robert Mansfield died in July 2015, after entering the water at Pembroke Castle's mill pond.
He was one of three people to drown there that year.
His family are now supporting the Royal Life Saving Society's (RLSS) 'Dont' Drink and Drown' campaign, which is urging people not to walk home near water after they have been drinking.
According to statistics around a quarter of all adults who drown have alcohol in their system, which can slow down reactions, numb the senses and limit muscle ability, making simple movements much harder.
The RLSS has issued the following advice:
- Don't walk home near water, you might fall in
- Look out for your friends, make sure they get home safely
- Don't enter the water if you have been drinking
- Alcohol seriously affects your ability to get yourself out of trouble
Robert's aunt Susan said she believes Robert may still be here, if he had had more advice and guidance on the dangers of water.
Since his death she's been campaigning to raise awareness and to improve safety around the mill pond.
The national campaign is also being supported by emergency services, including Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service.
'Don't Drink and Drown' was launched in 2014 after a string of tragic drownings of young people.