Category: History

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Nostalgia Moves On

By ALAN MARTIN It is still possible to  find one of the old ten-gallon galvanised milk churns in antique shops, but nostalgia would soon wear thin if the buyer had to manoeuvre the 50kg...

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Y Tylwyth Teg (The Fair Folk)

By STEVE PARSONS, Ghost Hunter Throughout many western regions of the United Kingdom fairies play a dominant role in folklore. And nowhere is this more so than in Pembrokeshire where tales and legends of...

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The Dyfed Enigma

By ghost hunter STEVE PARSONS Pembrokeshire is an internationally renowned holiday destination. Holidaymakers from all across the UK and overseas, are normally regular visitors throughout the year, drawn by the many attractions the county...

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The Ultimate Atrocity

An account of Bergen-Belsen in Nazi Germany by Pembrokeshire author Tim Wickenden As the aircraft landed on the hastily repaired strip – a Jock [Scottish] doctor raced up to us in his Jeep. “Got...