|West Wales Maritime Heritage Society|
Front Street, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire
The Annual General Meeting of West Wales Maritime Heritage Society will take place on May 9th at 19.30 at Little Wedlock, Gumfreston,Tenby, SA70 8RB.
To see the Agenda click here
To read the Chairman's Report click here
We have set up a Maritime Museum in Hancock's Yard, Front Street, Pembroke Dock.Opening times,
Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 12 am to 4 pm
16 Mar to 9 Apr, 25 May to 10 Sep
If you want to know more see our Museums website go to www.pembrokedockmaritimemuseumblog.wordpress.com
For the latest News see our BLOG http://wwmhs.blogspot.com
The Spring 2016 Newsletter is Now available on the Publications page.
If you want to add your name or change the dates please email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring Tony Ward on 01646651976
Pembroke River Rally July 30th 2016 All Welcome.
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
AM Visits West Wales Maritime
AM Angela Burns visit
There is much interest in the aspirations and plans of the WWMHS and last Friday, 28th March members of the Society welcomed a visit from our AM Mrs Angela Burns who came to view the yard and find out more about the work being carried out by the Society. It turned out that Angela’s husband is a boat enthusiast and she appeared really interested as the Society Officers showed her around the yard and the sheds which house the collection of vintage boats.
David James, Secretary of the society was pleased with the outcome of her visit. He said
“Mrs Burns took great interest in our operations and assured us that if we need help she will do all she can to help us. She understood that the society engages with all the other heritage groups in Pembrokeshire and also our proposals for bringing the dry dock back into fully operational condition so that boat owners with boats too large to lift out of the water by crane would be able to enter and carry out work below the waterline on their boats.”
He added that “We have also spoken to Mr Simon Hart MP and he too is enthusiastic about the ideas the society has for regeneration, the continued restoration of vintage vessels to sailing condition and proposed projects such as restoring the Tenby Lugger in one of our sheds.”
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
WWMHS relink Pembroke Dock with Japan Here
Newsletter Archive and Photo Gallery
See the first few Newsletters and photos onFlikr;
Winter yard photos are available on the BLOG. Click the link above.
The Library Catalogue can be seen on the