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 […]
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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 […]
During the Open Doors event great interest was again shown in the ‘Mansell collection’ photographs which are part of the Sunderland Trust’s Archive. Archive team volunteer Stella Donovan has digitally copied over 650 photographs found in a cellar in the town’s Commercial Row. They were taken by former RAF photographer Stanley Mansell who set up […]
Wales’ only Georgian Military Chapel – in the former Royal Dockyard at Pembroke Dock – proved to be a big crowd puller during a two-day ‘Open Doors’ event. The beautifully restored Dockyard Chapel was open to the public on Friday and Saturday as part of the Civic Trust of Wales’ ‘Open Doors’ scheme. Hundreds of […]
Key funding for volunteering and training support for the Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust’s volunteer crew, who are helping deliver headline heritage initiatives, has again been forthcoming from the Wales Council for Voluntary Action. The WCVA’s volunteering in Wales fund, which is funded by the Welsh Government, is providing 50 per cent of the cost for […]