Pembroke Town Walls Trust
About Pembroke Town Walls Trust
The trust was formed in 2011 by a group of town's people, including wall owners and representatives of organisations from the community. Other individuals also joined the trust, all united with the interest of seeking to ensure the preservation of the historic Town Walls of Pembroke.
Through working with partners and stakeholders, the project aims to protect and conserve the town's archaeology and promote the understanding of the historic site's potential to contribute to the social and economic benefit of the community. The benefits to the community would include local skills development, sustainable tourism development and would provide a sense of place.
The original building of the town walls.
In 1977 the medieval town was declared an Outstanding Conservation Area and in 1981 about 90 of the properties were designated Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest – including the town walls.
The trust was formed by a team uniting together to protect and preserve the Town Walls of Pembroke.
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Clearing of the north walls and a photographic survey of the walls began to compare with the survey carried out in 2001.