Pride in Pembrokeshire award

Rosemarket Local History Society was delighted to receive the Pride in Pembrokeshire award in the summer of 2022.

The Pride in Pembrokeshire award is an initiative that recognises and celebrates the work of community groups whose work improves the well-being of people and communities in Pembrokeshire.

“We're immensely proud of what we have achieved in just a few months; our committee of volunteers from across our community, each with a passion for helping to preserve our history for future generations is what's making it happen," said chairman Tracy Jane Ashcroft. "The Pride in Pembrokeshire award is a fantastic recognition of our work so far.”

Committee member Antony Haley added: “the prize money will pay the domain and hosting fees on our website for another year, which is fantastic".

County Councillor Danny Young and representatives from PLANED are pictured below with some of Rosemarket Local History Society's committee members at the site of a former railway lamp oil hut on the outskirts of the village.

Pictured from left to right are: Hedd Harries (PLANED), Ashley Warlow, County Councillor Danny Young, Stuart Berry (PLANED), Tracy Jane Ashcroft, Caroline Haley, Denice Gray, Antony Haley with Ingrid (mascot of Rosemarket Local History Society), and Terry Maddison