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Pembroke Dock The Temperance Hall

04 Feb
Temperence Hall group December 1932 Maureen Powell (2)

The Temperance Hall was built as a non alcoholic social centre for organisations  such as the Rechabites’ Friendly Society. It offered an alternative to the  town’s many inns and public houses. In 1845, the “earnest and eloquent” speeches of a visiting orator had focused  the energies of local temperance supporters, particularly the public spirited  businessman […]

Keep, Sunderland, Warrior and build a museum, West Wales Guardian Wednesday, September 6th, 1968

23 Jan
201 Sunderland trio mid 1950s Flight 32867s

  Call to Pembroke Dock Residents   Now that Pembroke Dock residents have voted overwhelmingly in favour of retaining the name of the town, all should unite in furthering its attraction as a tourist Centre by fighting to retain its present attractions and helping to promote new ones. This view was expressed by the Deputy […]

Timeline on town history is charted with Lottery funding

16 Oct
HLF Group 613 676

The remarkable 200 year timeline of Pembroke Dock and its unique position as one of the foremost British military communities will be told in a project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust has successfully applied for a grant for the setting up and fitting out of the ‘Fleets to the Flying Boats ‘Centre in […]