Tenby, Entrance To Castle 1890

Memories of Tenby


I was born in the Flat above Lloyds Bank, Tudor Square, Tenby, Feb 1950 and recall being raised there. I recall the amazing views of the changing colours of the harbour and recall the church bells and chimes of the steeple clock. A horse drawn cart delivered milk and the town was hyperactive and super active in (...Read full memory)

I remember holidays spent in Kiln Park with my mother and her friend from London - Aunty Iris, her daughter Susan who was my age (7) at the time. We spent lovely holidays in a caravan in Kiln Park. My husband and I and our two sons who are now 22 and 19 spent lots of holidays in Tenby and Penally where we sited our (...Read full memory)

In your book 'Tenby and Saundersfoot' the photos on pages 41 and 42 probably contain boats called 'Doric', 'Golden Goose' and another which I think was owned by Mr. Edgar Rossiter. 'Doric' was owned Jimmy Noble and later by my uncle Jimmy Howells.

Caldey Island is situated about 1-2km south of Tenby on the Pembrokeshire coast. It has a small village but the main attraction is the monastery owned by the Reformed Order of Cistercian Monks. They lead a simple farming life but there is a small shop for tourists. As a child in the late forties and early fifties our Sunday (...Read full memory)

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