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Arthur, William Thomas

William Thomas Arthur, Private, 54130, Welsh Regiment. William was born in 1896, the son of George and Martha Arthur, of White Hill, Carew. He enlisted at Carmarthen into the 15th Battalion of [...]

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Could Tavernspite be a “Thankful Village”

Prompted by a recent visit by Year 6 pupils from Tavernspite School, volunteer researchers at Carew Cheriton Control Tower have been trying to discover whether Tavernspite could lay claim be [...]

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Cosheston – wartime decoy for Pembroke Dock!

Shown a Second World War Mills Grenade when they visited Carew Cheriton Control Tower recently, children from Cosheston VP School, were the latest to be warned of the dangers of finding [...]

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Scouts prepared to help

3rd Pembroke Sea Scouts Group thought a recent visit to Carew Cheriton Control Tower was only to inform them about the role the RNAS/RAF airfield played in two world wars trying to keep Britain’s [...]

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Pembrokeshire village remembers 15 aircrew from 6 countries who perished in World War II

When villagers in the small Welsh village of Carew Cheriton, Pembrokeshire come together on Remembrance Sunday to remember relations and friends who gave their lives in two World Wars they will [...]