Twenty five years ago the Pembroke Civic Trust proposed a survey of the Town Walls, and in 2001 Pembrokeshire County Council commissioned a full Archaeological Interpretation, Condition Survey and Photographic Record of the Walls.
In 2011 a separate group was constituted to manage the historic site for the long-term benefit of our community. This was registered as the Pembroke Town Walls Trust Charitable Incorporated Organisation in 2013. Membership is comprised of wall owners, representatives of other organisations from the local community and interested individuals, who are all committed to seeking ways to ensure the preservation of Pembroke’s historic medieval town walls.
The Charity’s remit includes the Town's perimeter and burgage plot (garden) walls, all of which are contained within a designated Conservation Area. The footprint of the Conservation Area includes a number of Scheduled Ancient Monuments.
The Trust has completed a major repair and restoration of the perimeter and burgage walls of the large plot to the rear of the Tabernacle Church on the south side of Main Street. It is currently engaged in the early phase of repairs to the north walls of the Town along the Millpond Walk.
PEMBROKE TOWN WALLS TRUST
YMDDIRIEDOLAETH MURIAU TREF PENFRO
Conservation starts with you.
Mae cadwraeth yn dechrau gyda chi.
PEMBROKE'S TOWN WALLS ARE OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE
MAE MURIAU TREF PENFRO O BWYS CENEDLAETHOL A RHYNGWLADOL
— Prince’s Foundation
Sefydliad y Tywysog
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