There are many references to this area in the 15 million Welsh and English language articles from Welsh newspapers transcribed by the NLW and viewable on Welsh Newspapers Online
Below are English language articles that have been re-transcribed and extracted randomly to illustrate what is available, there are many that are not extracted here that include names of local people
- From The Cambria Daily Leader 14th August 1913
PENRICE SHOW. HEAVY ENTRIES FOR THE TWENTY- THIRD ANNUAL EXHIBITION To-day, at Penrice Park, Gower, under the. presidency of Lady Lyons of Kilvrough, the 23rd annual Show of the West Gower Horticultural Society was held. Of fruits, flowers, and vegetables, there were numerous entries the show being a long, great established one, and a deal of keenness was shown among competitors in the Peninsula. A full list of awards will appear to- morrow.
- From The Cambrian 22nd September 1905
Bazaar at Penrice Castle. The church of Reynoldston being in need of renovation and repairs, a bazaar to form the nucleus of a restoration fund was held on Thursday in Penrice Castle Park, by the kind permission of Miss Talbot. The sum required is about £ 250. and the beautiful weather attracting a very large number to the grounds, the promoters were in an extremely hopeful mood .....(part extract)......
- From the Cambria Daily Leader 13th November 1915
WOUNDED OFFICERS FOR PENRICE The wounded Colonial officers, for whose accommodation Penrice Castle, Gower, is undergoing the necessary preparation, thanks to the kindness of Miss Talbot, will arrive on or about the 20th inst.
- From The Cambria Daily Leader 30th September 1918
THE NEW MISTRESS OF PENRICE. The tenantry of the Penrice Estate of the late Miss Talbot will be delighted at the news that the estate falls to Lady Blythswood, whose husband, now Lord Blythswood, is well known and very popular in the peninsula. Lord Blythswood will be best known locally as Major Archibald Campbell-Douglas, of the Guards, and it will be recollected that in the piping times of peace he was frequently at Penrice Castle, acting as host at the shooting parties for his wife's late aunt. .....(part extract)......