Museum shares experiences with community groups from across Europe

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Volunteers at Carew Cheriton Control Tower Museum were pleased to be chosen by PLANED to showcase the museum’s community based work to a group of international visitors on an EU financed study visit to Pembrokeshire this week.

 
Welcoming the visitors from Finland, France, Scotland and the Czech Republic to the wartime RAF Control Tower Museum President, John Brock MBE said, “The success of the museum is very much owed to the support of PLANED who have been instrumental in securing grant aid to help restore buildings.”
 
John, who represents Carew Community Forum on the PLANED Board, said “It is particularly pleasing to welcome PLANED Chief Executive, Helen Murray on her first visit to the museum since she was appointed two months ago.”
 
John Brock MBE displays German aerial photograph of RAF Carew Cheriton taken on 29th Sept. 1940 prior bombing raid that killed wounded airmen in the airbase hospital.

John Brock MBE displays German aerial photograph of RAF Carew Cheriton taken on 29th Sept. 1940 prior bombing raid that killed wounded airmen in the airbase hospital.

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Second group children from St. Oswald’s V A School with Head teacher Marjorie Brown and Control Tower President, John Brock MBE, at the entrance to the Museum.Narberth School Teachers & Year 6 pupils on observation platform at Carew Cheriton Control Tower.
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