Working in partnership with a wide range of partners and stakeholders we aim to protect and conserve the archaeology, promote understanding and access, and realise the potential of the historic site to contribute to the social and economic benefit of our local community through local skills development, sustainable tourism development and sense of place.

  • to repair and consolidate the remains of the Pembroke Town Walls

  • to identify and maximise funding opportunities for the project

  • to raise awareness of the significance of the Town Walls locally, nationally and internationally

  • to realise the potential of the project for local skills development, educational purposes, heritage, tourism and the local economy, promoting sustainability and the use of local materials and resources




Adrian James

Elected Trustee May 2021.   Born in Pembroke his family moved to Pennar.  Studied electronic engineering at University of London followed by teacher training at Cardiff.  During vacation work on Castlemartin range, his interest in the history and vernacular architecture of Pembrokeshire was ignited and maintained to this day.  First teaching post was in Suffolk, where he remained for his entire career.  Maintains strong links with Pembrokeshire restoring a listed house in Pembroke Dock

Howard Rudge

Trustee since January 2017.  Previously Chair of Trustees, now Treasurer and Project Manager.  Retired Businessman.  Howard is a keen lifelong historian and, in retirement, a tour guide.  He has been a Guide at Pembroke Castle since 2013.

Peter Thomas

Trustee since 2013.  Chair of the Pembroke Civic Trust, a Trustee of the Henry Tudor Trust and a Committee member of the Pembroke Museum.

Malcom White

Elected Trustee May 2021.  A Pembrokeshire resident for 30 years. Retired chemical engineer after 40 years in the oil industry. Passionate about the preservation and restoration of our intellectual and physical history for future generations. Trustee and treasurer of 2nd Pembroke Scouts. Treasurer of Pembroke Scout & Guide Hall, Woodbine Terrace.

Patron - Miss Sara Edwards, Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Dyfed.

Sara Elinor Edwards has been the Lord-Lieutenant of Dyfed since 2016.
A history graduate with deep family roots in the farming community of the county, she is also well known in Wales for her television work. She is a Divisional Vice President of NSPCC and is involved with several other charitable organisations such as St. John Cymru and the Hijinx Theatre Company.
She is the daughter of surgeon John M. Edwards and actress and broadcaster Gwenyth Petty. She is married to Lieutenant General Jonathon Riley CB DSO.

Martin Bell

Trustee since 2013.  Former Planning Officer with interests in history and the environment. 

Daphne Bush

Trustee since 2019, with responsibility for both Fundraising and Publicity.  Town Councillor Pembroke North.  Former County Councillor Pembroke St Mary South.  RNLI Chairman and Press Officer Pembroke Ladies Lifeboat Guild.  A Governor of Gelli Aur Primary School and Ysgol Harri Tudur.  Member of the Pembroke & Monkton Local History Society. 

Laura Evans

Elected as a Trustee in May 2021.  Always lived locally, attending Pembroke School, and then University of Wales Lampeter.  Taught history at Castle School for four years before returning to her own studies at Aberystwyth University where she completed a PhD in Medieval History in 2019.  Her thesis was An Investigation of the Middling Sort of Bridgnorth in the Later Middle Ages.

Elizabeth Gossage

Trustee since 2013, now Chair of Trustees.  Former Community Development Officer with Pembroke 21C Community Association, responsible for developing and obtaining funding for several community projects including the Pembroke Story and the Journey Through Time. 




The Pembroke Town Walls Trust is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation registered in Wales No. 1157626



Pembrokeshire Built Heritage CIC is a Community Interest Company established to undertake the conservation of the built heritage of Pembrokeshire. PTWT CIO is the asset locked body linked to the CIC.