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Articles associated with the Social history of Pembroke Dock
Medals Week at the Sunderland Trust The first ‘Medals Week’ staged by the Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust was so successful that it is planned to become an annual attraction. In […]
View the poster here : Wear your medals with pride Show your medals with pride – that’s the invitation from the Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust for a unique Remembrance event in […]
Keep, Sunderland, Warrior and build a museum From the West Wales Guardian – Wednesday, September 6th, 1968 “Call to Pembroke Dock Residents!” “Now that Pembroke Dock residents have voted overwhelmingly in […]
Special and honoured guest at the battle of Atlantic Weekend events were an Australian family who had travelled especially to Wales to take part. Mrs Patricia Swain, of Sydney, New […]
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 […]