Collections & Research

Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre has a collection focussed on the history of the town and the surrounding area since the establishment of the Royal Dockyard in 1814.

Click here to read a brief history of Pembroke Dock.

The collections have mainly been donated by members of the public and include a wide range of items including uniforms, medals and military memorabilia, as well as documents, ephemera and photographs. The collection also includes aircraft parts such as those recovered from the wreckage of Sunderland T9044, which sunk in the Milford Haven waterway in 1940. Other aspects of the collection include everything from paintings and decorative arts to machinery and tools.

Donating to the collection

Our collections are continuing to grow. If you would like to donate something to the collections please click here.

Using the collections for research

Many people are also interested in using our collections, including the books, documents and photographs for research. Whether you are interested in researching family or local history, or if you have any other sort of research project, please click here.

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Every donation, no matter the size, makes a real difference. Gifts enable us to continue sharing the inspiring story of Pembroke Dock and its people.

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

If you are able to donate at this time then we would very much appreciate your support. Thank you.