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“RAF” Robeston Wathen

The Church at Robeston Wathen has a close association with the Royal Air Force and more than 20 members from the wartime museum at Carew Cheriton went there recently to hear local vicar, the [...]

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Pantyffynnon Ward Action Group visit Wartime Museum

The Red Cross Ambulance depicted in a painting at the war time museum at Carew Cheriton Control Tower brought back memories for former Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) member Nancy Jones (nee [...]

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1940’s “txt lingo”

Loving couples may not have had mobile phones or laptops during the Second World War but like youngsters “2day” they were not averse to using their own “snail mail” [...]

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Old soldiers remember Omdurman

Two former Corporals in the Royal Corps of Signals who both served in Sudan after the war couldn’t believe the odds of bumping into each other when they met at the Second World War museum at [...]

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Gateway to the past

For Jackie Cunningham, one of the organisers of the visit by Pembroke and Pembroke Dock Gateway Club to Carew Cheriton Airfield, the occasion had special significance. Her aunt, Mary Cook, served [...]

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St Teilo’s children get wartime message by carrier pigeon

The story of Dickin Medal winner Winkie, the carrier pigeon, saving the lives of crashed aircrew in World War Two fascinated Year Five and Year Six children from St Teilo’s RC School, Tenby when [...]

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Monkton Priory CP School take the salute

RAF Carew Cheriton is fast becoming a must see educational attraction for schools throughout Pembrokeshire who want to give their children a feel for what life was like in the 1940s.   Over 30 [...]

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Llanddewi Velfrey Women’s Institute dress up for action

In a change from the norm Llanddewi Velfrey WI Branch held their March meeting at at RAF Carew Cheriton instead of the village hall. Members later enjoyed a tour of the Museum and Control [...]

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Classic cars visit Wartime Airfield

Wartime museum, Carew Cheriton Control Tower, was the destination for Pembrokeshire Classic Car Club latest rally.   After assembling at Kilgetty a convoy of classic cars from across the county [...]

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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 [...]