A series of wall panels, painted by Mr George Lewis and Mrs Jeanne Lewis adorn the walls of the ground floor and stairway in Pembroke Town Hall.
The project which depicts in detail, notable events, scenes and people in Pembroke during its development and history from the Stone Age to early 20th Century, are on permanent display in the foyer and upper landing of the imposing Pembroke Town Hall.
The first five panels were put in position in February 2006 following considerable research and gathering of visual material. The final panels were put in position in July 2009.
The colourful hand painted panels which cover 700 square feet of wall space were kindly presented to Pembroke Town Council by Mr and Mrs Lewis.
Pembroke Town Council is hugely indebted to George and Jeanne Lewis, who are both retired Art and Design teachers, for the hundreds of hours that they have devoted to the project and are full of admiration for the outstanding quality of their work.
The Murals can be viewed in Pembroke Town Hall from 9am until 1pm Monday to Friday