LOCALS and visitors are invited to take a trip down memory lane, as hundreds of rare photographs showing village life over the last 150 years go on display.

Pictures of Marloes stretching back as far as the 1870s, will sit alongside newspaper articles, local poetry and other pieces of memorabilia covering chapel history and village life across the decades at a Reminiscence Day and Coffee Morning on Saturday, August 27.

Visitors are also invited to bring along their own memories, photos and any other mementos of life through the years in Marloes and St Brides and other surrounding villages.

Chapel Secretary Paul James said: “People in Marloes have always taken a great amount of pride in our local history and through this Reminiscence Day we hope that we can all share memories and tales of the people who lived and worked in the village, and hopefully share some of those recollections about our history with the younger generation.

"As well as our photograph and memorabilia displays we will also be serving refreshments and holding a raffle with some wonderful prizes to be won.”

The event is being held at the Moriah Baptist Chapel in Marloes. Entry is £2 for adults and free for children.