THREE volunteers who have given nearly 50 years of service to Haverfordwest Museum between them have retired from their roles.

Barry Webb, David Griffiths, and Geoffrey Foster have all recently retired from their voluntary roles at the town’s museum in the grounds of the castle.

At the Museum’s AGM they were each presented with a certificate of merit and thanked by Simon Hancock, the museum’s curator, and Ellen Repton, chair of the museum’s trust.

“The museum is very dependent on voluntary attendants and as these three gentleman have given around 50 years of voluntary effort between them since the museum opened in 1996.

“I thought it would be appropriate to say thank you to them for all they have done for the museum in helping in a myriad of ways.”