This must be one of the smallest museums I have ever visited but also one that I will never forget. Why the reason is very simple, everyone who is involved in the running and maintenance of this facility can speak in the first person, they know what happened, they know who lived and died here and to sit and listen to someone speaking in the first hand from a volunteer who as a boy watched Stuka dive bombers attacking Milford Haven was riveting.
They remember the base, their families lived next door to barrack blocks, they gave up land and property to the servicemen. They can tell you stories of the fatal consequences of war, where the men are buried and of the history of every artefact that they have carefully gathered over the years to help them tell the story of the RAF airfield that blossomed in their small village all those years ago.
You will walk away having had a wonderful experience listening to the story of this wartime airfield, it is only open on limited days so check the website before visiting five minutes from Carew Castle.
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