Fifty years ago

Sunday 24th April 2016 9:26 am

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Defending champions Tenby United beat Neyland three-nil to lift the Pembrokeshire Knock-out Cup. United’s winning try was scored by Ivor Broome.

A company of well over 200 youngsters - Scouts, Guides, Cubs and Brownies - were delighting audiences at Tenby’s Royal Playhouse Cinema. Occasion was the third annual Gang Show which was proving as colourful as ever.

Mr. David L. Hughes, a director of T. P. Hughes and Son, was installed as president of Tenby Chamber of Trade, an office which had previously been held by his grandfather, his father and his elder brother.

The Crown Inn, Tenby, were new darts league champions.

Tenby Players staged ‘My Three Angels’ at Greenhill School Hall. Among the cast were Billy Cole, Kenneth Lee and Colin McNaught, who starred as the three convicts.

New chairman of Tenby Round Table was Mr. Gareth Walters, who succeeded Mr. Arthur Squibbs.

Showing at the Royal Playhouse: Sean Connery as James Bond with Daniela Bianchi and Bernard Lee in ‘From Russia with Love.’


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