Important Notice Regarding Delivery:

We have been advised by Royal Mail & Parcelforce that their delivery services will be disrupted by industrial action on the following dates: Saturday 1st October 2022 so this is going to disrupt the delivery of some orders.

More about this scene

Narberth has seen much change since this photograph was taken, and a great deal of redevelopment has taken place. Narberth was once part of the domain of the powerful medieval Mortimer family. On the right a Corona van is being loaded for its delivery runs, while a group stand around outside the Commercial Inn and something has distracted the children outside the grocer's.

Other Memories from Narberth

My uncle, Elwyn Bowen, was born in Spring Gardens on 16 July 1913. He is 100 years old this year and still alive and sprightly and living in Tenby.

I remember Mrs Robblin used to keep a sweet shop in her pantry, which you had to walk through her living room to get to. I lived in Hill Park and as children we would walk up to the top of Coxhill and her house was tucked in on the left hand side. I remember there would usually be a coal fire burning and two gentlemen sat on a sofa smoking their pipes! Years later my Aunty, Uncle and cousin lived in the very house, and it had been modernised by then.

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