Welcome to Rosemarket Local History Society

We are a group of volunteers interested in the ancient village of Rosemarket in Pembrokeshire. With a story that began in the Iron Age some 2000 years ago, we research and publish articles across a wide range of topics, with new content added to this website on an ongoing basis.

If you would like to share stories, photographs or memories of life in Rosemarket, please email us: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


LATEST ARTICLES

The Lizzie Russell Story

Rosemarket School in the 1950s (photos)

A Carolling Tradition

Ye Legend of Olde Rosemarket (Folklore updated)

Rosemarket Country Club (social club)

 

THE PEOPLE OF ROSEMARKET
Personal recollections, family stories and experiences of those connected to Rosemarket are featured in the PEOPLE section of our website. Includes:
Barbara Summons MBE
Pamela Baynham
Tony & Marilyn Young

Leila Buckland
John Heath

Elsie Barrah
Geoffrey Nicolle
Wilfred Langdon

Featured articles

Rosemaket Village Introduction and Overview

The Railway

Wartime in Rosemarket

 


ANCIENT SITES & BUILDINGS
We research the sites and buildings of historic interest in and around Rosemarket, publishing articles on an ongoing basis. See this section of our website for the full list of work completed to date. Includes:
St Ismael's Church
Primrose Hill Cottage
Dovecote
The New Inn
Railway Lamp Oil Hut

Thank You!
We would like to thank the residents of Rosemarket, past and present, Geoffrey Nicolle & family, St Ismael's Church, CADW, Bernard Bevan, Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services (PAVS), PLANED, The Pembrokeshire Hunt, other local history groups across Pembrokeshire, Pembrokeshire U3A and Pembrokeshire Archives for their continued support.

We would also like to thank the Community Changemakers Fund for awarding us a grant to help with the development of this website. The Community Changemakers Fund is an initiative set up by South West Wales Connected Community Rail Partnership to support communities along the railway line to make change happen in their local places.

St Ismael’s Church, Rosemarket
St Ismael’s Church, Rosemarket

Rosemarket, Pembrokeshire

CONTACT US

We are a group of local volunteers with an interest in the history of our village. If you would like to get involved, please email: history@rosemarkethistory.org.uk

Rosemarket Local History Society is undertaking a written and oral histories project. If you or someone you know would like to share stories, photographs or memories of life in Rosemarket, please get in touch.