Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre is operated by Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust which was established in 2006. It is located in the Royal Dockyard Chapel, Pembroke Dock. The only Georgian military chapel which survives in Wales.
In 2017 the Sunderland Trust changed its charitable object of recovering Short Sunderland Mk 1 T9044 that served with No 201 Sqn to reflect the changing role highlighting Pembroke Dock’s heritage.
Our purpose is to share the story of Pembroke Dock’s, past, present and future – using the stories of its people and our collections in order to engage, inspire and encourage learning.
Pembroke Dock’s facilities has helped shape our nation and our society. It has influenced how we live our lives today through its impact on world events, society and technology.
The Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre was established shortly after the building’s restoration in 2008. The transformation of the building enables the Heritage Centre to bring objects and stories to share with our visitors.
We are committed to continuing to sharing the story of Pembroke Dock and its people.
We are an registered charity and whether visitors are engaging with our displays, taking part in discussion and debate, studying our archive, holding a corporate event, having fun at events, or enjoying a rest in our café, there are opportunities for learning and inspiration within our Heritage Centre.
Our vision is to inspire everyone with the Pembroke Dock story – the people who shape it and its place in our lives.
Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust is a charity registered in England and Wales, No: 1120476. Company registration no: 05920931.
The Heritage Centre is currently working towards Accredited Museum status, and intends to complete this process before the end of 2020.