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Become a Trustee of
Pembroke Town Walls Trust

Could you commit the time and skills needed to support this local heritage charity?

We are always looking for new Trustees who care about their heritage and their community and can work as a member of a team to join our Board.


How the Charity Commission sees the role of a Trustee

Pembroke Town Walls Trust (PTWT) is a local community charity dedicated to protecting and conserving the unique archaeology of Pembroke’s medieval town walls and realising their international importance as a historic site.  By working with partners and stakeholders, the careful conservation of the town walls will contribute to the social and economic benefit of our local community through skills development, local employment, sustainable tourism and a sense of place. 

Are you passionate about Pembrokeshire’s unique and special heritage, devoted to your local community and keen to provide training for local people in the special heritage skills required to sustain it? 

PTWT is always looking for new trustees.  These are voluntary positions that will add value to the community and heritage of Pembroke. 

While requiring people who have experience in working as a team and who may have an understanding of the governance and financial standards of the voluntary sector, training and guidance can be given in charity governance.

Most importantly we are looking for those who may have knowledge of our local history and heritage, an understanding of skills training and heritage building, connections with their community and are eager to make a difference.

If you would like to know more, have a chat about the opportunity or a arrange a conversation with a member of the Board of Trustees, please e-mail or call 07414 471134.

If you would like to express an interest in joining the Board please send a letter of introduction with a summary of your skills, experience and interests and why you would like to join the Board to the e-mail address. 

Thank you for considering us.

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