|West Wales Maritime Heritage Society|
Front Street, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire
We are currently raising money for the Tenby Lugger.
We need to raise £750 over the next 8 weeks so that we can purchase an additional Storm Mainsail in time for the next sailing season. Having a storm mainsail would give us greater flexibility in working with inexperienced groups. If 75 people give £10, we will reach our target so please donate at our new Localgiving page;
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West Wales Maritime Museum
In Hancocks Yard Front Street Pembroke Dock
An insight into the Maritime heritage of the Milford Haven Waterway and the Communities surrounding it through photographs, displays and artefacts
Open Wednesday to Sunday each week and Bank Holidays
Times 12 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day between the following dates
March 30th-May 1st,
May 24th-June 10th,
July 12th-September 17th
The Mitec Replica Tenby Lugger has Arrived at Hancocks Yard
The replica Tenby Lugger constructed by the students of the Rising Tide project at Mitec has been handed over to us by MHPA.
Quite a bit of work is required to finish it, but we hope to be on the water next year!
The Spring 2017 Newsletter is available on the Publications page.
For the latest News see our BLOG http://wwmhs.blogspot.com
Pembrokeshire’s Hidden Haven
“Pembrokeshire’s Hidden Haven” – a table top revision of the “Secret Waterway” produced by the Society some years ago, telling the story of the waterside communities along the shores of the two Cleddau rivers [Daugleddau], copiously illustrated with colour, and black and white archive images.
£12.50, postage and package £2.50
from David Reed,
7 Fairsea Close
Pilot Cutters Under Sail
A fascinating and very informative new book from Tom Cunliffe, which will be of interest to many members.
Details on the Publications page
Newsletter Archive and Photo Gallery
See the first few Newsletters and photos onFlikr;
The Library Catalogue can be seen on the