A gathering of iconic cars – made by the Alvis Company – will take place at Pembroke Dock’s Royal Dockyard Chapel on Sunday. Over 20 cars are expected as the Alvis Owners’ Club visits the new Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre, which will be open in the afternoon especially for the visit. Alvis has a very […]
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With national and international focus upon the beaches of Normandy on the 70th Anniversary of D-Day, Pembrokeshire’s key contributions to the Invasion of Occupied Europe on 6th June 1944 were particularly remembered in special events at Pembroke Dock. The recently opened Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre in the Royal Dockyard Chapel staged two days of D-Day […]
Teachers have given a big tick of approval to the Education Resource Pack launched by Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust at its newly opened Heritage Centre. Created by teachers who are members of the Trust’s Volunteer Team, the 72 page pack is aimed particularly at primary pupils but offers unique opportunities for secondary schools too. It […]
A bright and colourful tapestry made by schoolchildren to celebrate Pembroke Dock’s Bicentenary is to go on display at the town’s new Heritage Centre. The tapestry was designed and the pictures drawn by members of Pennar Community School’s after school arts club, helped by members of staff Dawn Russell, Helen Allen and Sharon Thomas. It […]
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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 […]
The trust provides support to other charitable organisations such as Coast and Green Links by providing access to work place experience to people who may need additional support in work place environment. Participants are provided with low level duties In administration and research and it is hoped that some can find the confidence to experience […]
Sunderland Trust Volunteer and Royal Navy Veteran Duncan Heys Royal Navy veteran Duncan Heys has been reunited with his wartime escort vessel – thanks to the skills of a Pembroke Dock model maker. HMS Hargood Duncan, who lives in Neyland, is a Volunteer with the Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust. During World War II he […]
A very successful partnership continues to develop between Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust and Pembrokeshire COAST, helping the heritage group on important archive and administrative tasks. Six COAST participants have already worked with the Trust in voluntary placements and currently four of them are involved in a variety of roles. They have so far totalled over […]