Rob Hardy - a Memory of Tenby.

I was born in the County Hospital in Haverfordwest and for the first week I was looked after by my aunt at Park Place. From that time, I was riased and loved at the Bush Inn, St George St. Does that make me a Tenby Man or a man of Tenby? I was so lucky to have as a granddad, Wiffy Vaulk. Tenby remains my home. The five arches are so important to the town as they welcome visitors and also to us Tenby people they signify that when you pass under those walls you are home. Tenby our 'home'.

A memory shared by Robert Hardy on Jul 17th, 2013. Send Robert Hardy a message.

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