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HMS Amphion was an Active-class scout cruiser of the Royal Navy. She was built at Pembroke Dockyard and launched on 4 December 1911. She became the first ship of the Royal Navy to be sunk in the First World War The wrecksite is designated under the Protection of Military Remains Act 1986. On commissioning, […]
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 […]
Sunderland T9044 Returns To Action! Sunderland T9044 is returning to duty after nearly 75 years. Penfro Model Club members have recreated an iconic piece of aviation history through their latest project for the Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust. They have transformed a 12ft wingspan scale model of a Sunderland flying boat to look like […]
Medals Week at the Sunderland Trust The first ‘Medals Week’ staged by the Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust was so successful that it is planned to become an annual attraction. In the week following Armistice Day the Trust’s Fleets to Flying Boats Centre in the Royal Dockyard had a display of mainly military medals – and […]
View the poster here : Wear your medals with pride Show your medals with pride – that’s the invitation from the Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust for a unique Remembrance event in November. The Trust is inviting ex-Servicemen and women to bring their campaign and service medals to the Glass House Coffee Shop at the Fleet Surgeon’s […]
Keep, Sunderland, Warrior and build a museum From the West Wales Guardian – Wednesday, September 6th, 1968 “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 […]