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  • Gareth recalls GIs’ ‘Friendly Invasion’

    Research by Sunderland Trust Volunteer Gareth Mills for the recent D-Day 70th Anniversary events in Pembroke Dock has led to a fascinating addition to the written record of wartime Pembrokeshire. […]

  • ‘Home run’ for iconic Alvis

    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 […]

  • John Evans Awarded B.E.M.

    The Project Manager of the Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust, John Evans, was awarded the British Empire Medal (B.E.M.) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for ‘The Preservation of Pembroke Dock […]

  • D-Day Events are Big Attraction at Town’s New Heritage Centre

    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 […]

  • Classic Sunderland Flying Boat

    The Mark 1 Sunderland T9044 lays on the seabed off Pembroke Dock following a violent storm in 1940. The Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust aims to bring the stricken aircraft to […]

  • The Archive Team

    The Archive is manned by volunteers and supported by the administration staff. Being appointed as the digital Centre for Pembrokeshire by the peoples collection of Wales project means that both […]

  • The Work We Do

    Since its creation in 2006 the trust has grown to provide and support a range of projects that each concern the heritage of Pembroke dock, each directly involve a dedicated […]

  • Visitor Education

    In addition to the museum level displays, interpretation panels and a series of factual films delivered via DVD on a wide screen displays there is a regular series of talks […]

  • Youth Education

    Using he same audio visual facilities as used for adult talks a series of youth education presentations are given to children from the age of nine upwards. The school visits […]

  • Community Support

    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 […]