Tenby, Entrance To Castle 1890

Memories of Tenby


My mother, Enid Fowler(Thomas) told me that her father, Oliver Frank Thomas,(honorary mayor of Tenby 1930) often enjoyed going to Caldey Island to talk with the monks.

This was a really enjoyable vacation we spent at Kiln Park, my two daughters, my husband & myself. It was our first caravan holiday.  We all had such good fun.  We spent many a happy hour down on the beach, and the weather was beautiful.

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 (...Read full memory)

The owner was my grandfather George Rowe. My father, his son, was born in Tenby in 1905 and died in late 1999 aged 93 years. You might be interested to learn that the boat (M26) in the middle of your picture was called ''The Annie'' and was wrecked near Goscar Rock in a severe storm. My grandfather (the skipper) was found half (...Read full memory)

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