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In Memory of Wing Commander Derek Martin, OBE

17 May
210 Derek Martin

Wing Commander Derek Martin, OBE 1920 – 2014 Wing Commander Derek Martin, OBE, who died in April 2014, was Patron of the Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust and a great champion of our heritage. Derek qualified as a pilot early in World War II and in September 1940 joined a crew which flew a new Sunderland, […]

Classic Sunderland Flying Boat

26 Feb

The Mark 1 Sunderland T9044 lays on the seabed off Pembroke Dock following a violent storm in 1940. The Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust aims to bring the stricken aircraft to the surface before 2015 – the 75th Anniversary of that terrible event. More than a year before the first prototype was built, the RAF ordered […]

Community Support

26 Feb

The Sunderland Trust is a respected organisation with strong links to both Pembroke Dock and Pembrokeshire and often support events being held by other organisations and communities. In 2013 the Trust took the lead in organising three days of events celebrating the seventieth anniversary of the battle of the Atlantic-the only organisation to celebrate the […]

Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust

26 Feb

Introduction This long term business strategy deliver’s a highly successful visitor attraction that will become a viable and sustainable business within a five year period. Total project costs may exceed £4 million which is broken down into three key phases. Within each phase there is ample opportunity and a need for individuals, organisations and authorities […]

Why Is the Sunderland T9044 is so important.

26 Feb

Why Sunderland T9044 Is so important to the Sunderland Trust   The mark 1 Short Sunderland t9044 is at the very core of the trusts success and support is now required to raise the aircraft. A separate fund raising appeal has been started that will encourage both corporate and private donation and in kind provision […]

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 […]