Its free entry and is run by volunteers, all are welcome to come and look around this very interesting museum and ask any questions on the history of Pembroke.
Two lovely and well written books all about local people and our community available to buy at The Town Hall. Through My Eyes includes the stories of so many local people and their families, I learnt so much from it, and From Mummers Booth To Silver Screen tells the story of The Haggar Family and of course their famous Haggars Cinema.
A lovely gift for anyone, old or young.
Messy Church will be back in The Town Hall on Wednesday 1st February.
Pembroke & Monkton History Society will be holding a coffee morning on Saturday 4th February.
Pembroke Soup will be back in The Town Hall on Saturday 11th February.
Friends of South Pembs will be holding their 1st table top sale of the year on Tuesday 14th February.
The lovely ladies from McMillan will be in making their lovely pancakes on Shrove Tuesday (28th February) Unfortunately this event has been cancelled
Normal Pilate classes have resumed in The Town Hall, Tuesday sessions are 5.30 – 7.30pm and Wednesday sessions are 10.30 – 11.30am.
For more information contact Rebecca on 07971166673
Weightwatchers will be starting back on Monday 9th January in Pembroke Town Hall at 6pm.
Next meeting will take place on November 10th 2016
Well know Pembroke Resident , Adrian Cooke won Gold at RHS Chelsea as part of the NAFAS team. Mr Cooke with distinguished facial hair is seen below at Chelsea with his colleagues.
The Team with Nicki Chapman
With Cllr Maureen Colgan , Mayor Of Pembroke Dock and Cllr Melanie Phillips.