Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre is celebrating its tenth anniversary. Since the museum was opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 2014, the centre has gone from strength to strength.

Today the museum is a ‘go to’ for information on the military, maritime and social history of Pembroke Dock, an archive of specialist research knowledge on the role of the Sunderland flying boats, and a beacon for Star Wars fans.

The Heritage Centre is celebrating its anniversary on Saturday, April 27 with an Open Day.

The museum will be free to enter, from 11am to 3pm.

Now in the magnificent Royal Dockyard Chapel, the Heritage Centre was the culmination of many heritage initiatives and over the years so many volunteers have given their time, skills, energies and enthusiasm to these - from the Gun Tower Museum to the Flying Boat Interpretation Centre and the Fleet Surgeon’s House.

Former volunteers and family members of those involved in past years are especially welcomed. We look forward to seeing you.

For further details, see the website and the Heritage Centre’s social media channels.