Tenby, The Harbour 1890

Memories of Tenby


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)

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)

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)

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