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HMS Coventry Summer 1981 Newsletter
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Brian Wall





posted: 12.02.2003 03:51

A mistake on my last message on one of the names it should be Billy Barnham and he used to live in Coventry if anyone can help.
Brian wall

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 03.02.2003 04:04

Hi I\'ve had a better look through the website and I am well impressed,well done

I am trying to locate a few of the crew from the 1978-1980 if anyone can help me,I would love to know where Billy Bingham and Andy Cambell have got to,also Clive Dunn and Andy Morton if anyone can give me a clue I would be most grateful,also if anyone is intrested I have got a few photos of the Coventry when we were on the far east trip in 1980 on exercise following a russian destroyer.
Simon ( Stan ) Matthews

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 29.01.2003 19:00

served on the Cov 3q mess as a gunner AB(M), was great to see some old faces down at the reunion summer 2002, Simon Rouse, Doc savage, Stevie Inglby,etc hope to see you in 2003 regards, Simon (Stan),
Chris Glasow

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 24.01.2003 19:27

I had the honour of carrying out part of the weapon tuning at Cammel Laird shipyard. It was a real experience, especially during the strikes!

A great ship
Paul INMAN ex AB(S)

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 23.01.2003 21:50

Ex Cov’s & 3Q Mess where are you?



Come on guys; let’s get back together for a re-union. I am sure there are plenty out there willing to make the effort – time is moving on and life is too short. Let’s get together this year for a few beers and a few ‘black cats – When I was on the Coventry’.



Made it to the Cenotaph last November with the South Atlantic Medal Association. Simon Rouse and Boris of 3Q fame were there! We had a good day, remembered lost shipmates, swung the lamp and talked ‘Jack’, took the **** out the Paras (a great bunch of guys who had me in stitches with there old stories) and drank loads of beer.



May be 2003 will be the year?