Iconic cars at Pembroke Dock

Saturday 14th May 2022 7:15 am
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(Pic. Martin Cavaney )

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Iconic cars from glorious eras of British motoring history will be heading for Pembroke Dock this weekend to mark a very special connection with the community.

Alvis Owner Club members will be bringing their pride and joy motors to the Pembroke Heritage Centre in the Royal Dockyard Chapel on Sunday (May 15).

The Alvis connection dates back to just after World War I in 1919 when a Pembroke Dock man, Thomas George John, set up a company which became the Alvis Car and Engineering Company, making cars up to 1967.

Thomas George John worked in the town’s Royal Naval Dockyard before establishing his company and lived in Church Street.

The cars will gather in the grounds of the Heritage Centre (SA72 6WS) from 10.30 am up to 3 pm.

For further information contact 01646 684220, or see Facebook page.

Pictured (by Martin Cavaney Photography) are two superb Alvis models on a previous visit to the Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre.

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