Haverfordwest Racecourse Public Park Trust
Haverfordwest Racecourse Public Park Trust was ‘born’ in 1974; it is made up of a group of volunteers, with the aim of maintaining the area of land known as ‘The Upper Racecourse’ to ensure the recreational enjoyment of the people of Haverfordwest and its surrounding area
Haverfordwest Racecourse (Public Park) Trust’s charitable objectives
For the purpose of providing, through the establishment and maintenance of a Public Park, facilities for recreation or other leisure time occupation, for the benefit of the inhabitants of Haverfordwest and the neighbourhood thereof, without distinction of sex or of political, religious, or other opinions, so that their condition of life may thereby be improved.
Camping, the erection of tents or shelters and the use of open fires or barbecues is strictly forbidden anywhere on the Haverfordwest Racecourse. Properly organised events authorised by the Racecourse Committee or the Haverfordwest Cricket Club are exempt.