HMS Coventry D118 - Guestbook
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This page last updated on Sunday 16th November 2014.

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stephen dawson

United Kingdom

posted: 25.05.2016 20:35

thoughts of you remain for ever in our hearts,missed every day,love from mum and dadxxxx
Chris Howe MBE

United Kingdom

posted: 25.05.2016 12:13

Shipmates, families and friends of D118 -

It was once again great to meet with many of you this past weekend in Portsmouth where had time to tell dits and raise a glass to sink a tot to our shipmates left on patrol 34 years ago. Also to hold our annual service of Remembrance in Old Portsmouth on Sunday morning.

Once again it was a splendid turnout and the weather was very kind to us as we paraded along Old Portsmouth sea wall to the memorial site where our moving and respectful act of remembrance took place.

So, for now, please monitor this website for future news of next year where we return to Portsmouth for the 35th year anniversary for both our own gathering and the Gosport event over weekend of 20/21 May 2017.

Finally, I will be raising my tot glass this evening the 25th May in memory of my shipmates past and present, Sandy Bottoms!

Take care one and all

Toby Owen

United Kingdom

posted: 25.05.2016 11:24

My thoughts are with the family and friends of those shipmates we left on patrol.
I\'ll be raising a glass or maybe two this evening as I have that peaceful moment reflecting back on all these years.
Calm seas to all
Toby Owen

United Kingdom

posted: 25.05.2016 04:57

Stephen Dawson.

Always in our thoughts.
Mike Green

United Kingdom

posted: 24.05.2016 23:47

Will be thinking of you all on another anniversary of the loss of your gallant crew members, and too all those who still bare the scars of that fateful day.
Mike Green, ex RO1(G) HMS Broadsword.