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  • Pembroke's Historic Traditions - David James "The Pembroke River Rally"

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Our traditions persist from the Middle Ages in the office of Mayor and in the Guild of Freemen. The Town Crier is still a familiar figure in Pembroke and the opening of the Michaelmas Fair dates from our ancient charters. The annual River Rally is a reminder of our important maritime past, now lost.

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