Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre


  • Brooklands Museum Presents fifth engine to the Sunderland Trust

    A complete example of the Sunderland’s flying boats ‘fifth engine ‘Is now on display at Pembroke Dock’s Flying Boat Centre Workshop, thanks to a generous donation by a major UK […]

  • Timeline on town history is charted with Lottery funding

    The remarkable 200 year timeline of Pembroke Dock and its unique position as one of the foremost British military communities will be told in a project funded by the Heritage Lottery […]

  • Iolo dives in on flying boat heritage

    BBC television personality Iolo Williams has taken the plunge in Welsh waters to get a first hand view on a wartime survivor which is playing a major role in a […]

  • Mayor view photo collection

    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 […]

  • Chapel ‘Open Doors’ pulls in the crowds

    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 […]

  • Tales of witches and flying dogs!

    The witch who cursed the launch of a Royal Navy ship and the dog who flew patrols in Sunderland flying boats – just two of the far from tall tales […]

  • A Brief History of T9044

    We have a remarkable story to tell but the most telling is that of the Sunderland T9044 and key to telling this story is recovering what we can of the […]

  • T9044 Time is Running Out

    Whatever the magic that comes from T9044 we have gained respect from civic, public and military organisations.  We keep being mentioned in documents we do not create, people come to […]

  • Crowds thrilled by Catalina’s flying tribute

    A 70 year-old warplane thrilled thousands of Pembrokeshire people and visitors on Bank Holiday Saturday with an aerial tribute to Pembroke Dock and its flying boat heritage. In clear skies […]

  • Funding Boost For Sunderland Crew

    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 […]

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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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