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Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust operates Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre, and is a registered charity in England and Wales, number 1120476. We do not receieve any regular external funding and rely on donations to continue to operate.

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About Us

Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre is operated by Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust. The Heritage Centre is located in the former Royal Dockyard Chapel in Pembroke Dock.

Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust is a charity registered in England and Wales, number: 1120476. Company registration no: 05920931.

Pembroke Dock has more than two hundred years of well recorded military heritage that stretches even further back to Henry Tudor’s invasion of 1485.  Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust aims to share this unique history and experience with the world through the Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre, based in the Georgian Royal Dockyard Chapel.

 


2 Replies to “About Us”

  1. Bruce Evans

    I served at Pembroke Dock until the squadrons were disbanded, it was my first year of national service. During my time there I was involved in front line servicing of the wireless equipment on the marine craft that supported the aircraft. I was then posted to St Mawgan in Cornwall. The memory that I carry with me was the sight of the Sunderlands landing, depending on the wind direction, they came in low over Barrack Hill, it was the most spectacular sight to see. The stepped hull would break the surface of the Haven, the aircraft would then tilt tail down and cruise to a standstill prior to taxiing to a mooring buoy A sight which I will never forget. 5010679 SAC Evans B

  2. David Lewis

    A very well presented exhibition enthusiastically run by volunteers. Well worth a visit to discover how Pembroke Dock and its citizens helped the war efforts. It must have been wonderful to see all the Sunderland Flying Boats anchored in the haven in its heyday . Well done to all involved.

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