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“By the right, quick march”

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Years of research pay off with Remembrance Day Visit

  Members of the extended family of RAF Pilot Officer Anthony Barnes are to visit his grave for the first time this Remembrance Sunday after being found on the Internet by volunteer researchers [...]

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“Halt! Who goes there?”

Two groups of pupils from Narberth School enjoyed replaying the story of the first “German paratrooper” to land at RAF Carew Cheriton during World War II when they visited the Control Tower [...]

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Museum shares experiences with community groups from across Europe

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 [...]

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St. Oswald’s School visits Wartime Museum

The start of the school autumn term saw the first school trip to the wartime museum at former RAF Carew Cheriton when St. Oswald’s VA School Jeffreyston children spent the day learning about life [...]

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French exchange visit

One of Pembrokeshire’s longest established exchange programmes saw members of Manorbier Twinning Association host visitors from the French village Vernou-la-Celle sur Seine recently.   For over [...]

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Brigadier Gough OBE – “an officer and gentleman”

Carew Cheriton Control Tower volunteers were pleased that when retired Royal British Legion Vice President, Ron Brayford, decided to break up his collection of military memorabilia he chose the [...]

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Diamond Wedding Anniversary Visit

The wartime romance of Charlie and Edna Ganfield is still going strong nearly 70 years after they first met while both serving at RAF Carew Cheriton. The couple, who celebrated their Diamond [...]

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Wartime museum looking forward to a busy summer

When local landowner and businessman, Phil Davies of Sealand Ltd, approached Carew Historical Society in the Spring of 2000 few people would have thought a disused cow shed could become a [...]

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Ty Croes OAP day out in South Pembs

Groups visiting the museum at Carew Cheriton Control Tower can expect to be dressed up in wartime uniforms but Carl Hopkins got a shock when he volunteered and was asked to wear a pair of 1940s [...]