New Display to Remember American G.I.s

American G.I. Display

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 that the large number of American soldiers stationed locally in the build-up to D-Day should be remembered and not forgetting the American aircraft which used RAF […]

Years of research pay off with Remembrance Day Visit

Pilot Officer Anthony Barnes in Uniform circa 1940

  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 at Carew Cheriton Control Tower Museum. For more than 30 years Deric Brock, Chairman of the  Museum, has been scouring archives endeavouring to […]