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jerr hardy

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 11.11.2018 13:42

been to guildhall and also put poppy cross on memorial, never forgotten.
Chris Howe MBE

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 07.11.2018 17:25

Nice one Martin, a few of us will be at the Cenotaph on Sunday in the SAMA 82 platoon, we will remember them as always.

yours aye - Chairman
Martin Kirkbride ( the Bi

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 05.11.2018 09:44

Remembrance Day 2018
Amongst the wreaths laid at Wembury Church (location of the former HMS Cambridge) there will, as in recent years, be a wreath for D118. For the last 4 years this has been laid be my wife Sharron. This year it will be laid by a serving CP0- a a volunteer who has been detailed to the duty from HMS Drake.
Mr Christopher Howe MBE

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 26.10.2018 16:59

Hi Tim, a very kind offer indeed and as Paul Inman has stated in his recent post, as Chairman, I will contact you off line to arrange it with you.

On behalf of myself and my shipmates thank you for thinking of us. BZ Tim

Chris Howe MBE
Chairman
Paul Inman





posted: 23.10.2018 21:10

Hi Tim,
Hope you are well?
We spoke some years back regard your father Admiral of the Fleet Terence Lewin and your connection with Coventry.
Chris Howe the Association Chairman may be the best person regard your kind offer of the photograph; I know they will very much appreciated.
Best wishes
Paul