Wednesday, April 30, 2014
|Saundersfoot and the Miner's Express|
|Tenby and the old Victoria Pier|
Old Pembrokeshire Postcards
To accompany our Coffee Morning this week we put together a slide show of old picture postcards of Pembrokeshire. The photographs were arranged as a tour around the County, starting with Narberth progressing to Amroth, Saundersfoot and Tenby. Then around the southern coast via Angle to Pembroke, Haverfordwest, Milford and along to St Davids, Fishguard and Newport.
|Winners of the Quiz with Quiz Master Pauline Waters|
Quiz Nights are held on a regular basis every other month and entry is £4 which includes food and teas etc: anyone wishing to down their meal with a glass of wine is free to bring their own bottle. On this occasion £203 was raised for Society funds: the Pembroke and Monkton Local History Society is not a funded organisation and raising their own funds enables them to offer a programme of talks and events free at entry. They also help support other organisations including Pembroke Museum at Pembroke Town Hall.
|Rose Blackburn , Town Crier, with Dilys Hanmer, County President of Macmillan|
|Members of the Pembroke Macmillan Committee in front of the History Society display|
|Part of our St David's Day exhibition|
|St David's Day lunch at Monkton Church Hall|
|George Lewis talking about Edwardian Inventions|
Having got the business over and done with George Lewis (our President) provided the entertainment in a humorous talk about Edwardian Inventions. George was in good form and had the audience in stitches! It certainly rounded off the evening well and, with the additional treat of coffee and homemade bara brith, everyone went off happily into the night.