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New Display to Remember American G.I.s

Members at The Carew Cheriton Control Tower Group have unveiled their new display aimed at remembering the American G.I.s connection with South Pembrokeshire. Gerald Williams put the idea forward [...]

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The Control Tower

The control tower at former R.A.F. Carew Cheriton or to use the correct British terminology watch office has not been constructed to a set pattern. It is referred to in articles on the subject as [...]

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Carew Airfield History

It was in April 1938 that the first steps were taken to acquire 600 acres of land to the south of Sageston and the A477 and the east of Carew Cheriton for the construction of a new airfield A [...]

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Carrots – a “secret” wartime weapon

When the lights were turned out in the Stanton Air raid shelter at Carew Cheriton Control Tower pupils from Monkton Priory Community School realised how hard RAF WWII fighter pilots would have [...]

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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 [...]