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(October 2019)

On Sunday 27th October at 1400 hrs Private Tweedy will be unveiled in the Garden of Reflection, this event will be followed by a light buffet at the HQ Centre.

 

(7th - 11th October 2019)

Thanks to all of the volunteers who helped with the maintenance week between 7th -11th October, with the onset of Winter approaching your efforts are much appreciated, and timely.

(9th October 2019)

On Tuesday 9th October a small group took part in Richard’s second Northern Ireland meeting. This time there was a more multimedia feel to the meeting, with a selection of online videos and photographs of events in the Province. An interesting discussion took place of people’s experiences and understanding of the problems faced by those serving in the Army, from initially sleeping on the streets in a sleeping bag, before being accommodated on a ship on the River Foyle.

(October 2019)

A recent Canadian visitor had been directed to us from the Library. A family member, Pilot Officer Silvester Lorenz served with the RCAF at RAF Hunsdon, his Mustang crashed near Tottenhill and he is buried at Brookwood Military Cemetery in Surrey, and his grave is cared for by the CWGC. We were able to discover that a memorial plaque to all who served at the base is affixed to the local village hall, but if anyone can discover any further information about Silvester, please let Kev know so that we can pass any details on to his relation.

(October 2019)

As many of you will be aware, Mark recently took part in a Sportive on the Isle of Man TT Course for the 4th time. For the first time there was official timing by the Manx TT Organisers.

Mark has applied for a Guinness World Record and we will still be awaiting the results. The photos show Mark at the Start on his hand cycle, and at the end of the course with his medal. He also came 6th out of 20 participants in the One Chance Great Ouse challenge, part of the course was along the new unopened stretch of the A14 between Cambridge & Huntingdon.

Mark & Karl taking part in a 50 mile long event at Swanton Morley in October too.

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Latest News

(October 2019)

On Sunday 27th October at 1400 hrs Private Tweedy will be unveiled in the Garden of Reflection, this event will be followed by a light buffet at the HQ Centre.

 

(7th - 11th October 2019)

Thanks to all of the volunteers who helped with the maintenance week between 7th -11th October, with the onset of Winter approaching your efforts are much appreciated, and timely.

(9th October 2019)

On Tuesday 9th October a small group took part in Richard’s second Northern Ireland meeting. This time there was a more multimedia feel to the meeting, with a selection of online videos and photographs of events in the Province. An interesting discussion took place of people’s experiences and understanding of the problems faced by those serving in the Army, from initially sleeping on the streets in a sleeping bag, before being accommodated on a ship on the River Foyle.

(October 2019)

A recent Canadian visitor had been directed to us from the Library. A family member, Pilot Officer Silvester Lorenz served with the RCAF at RAF Hunsdon, his Mustang crashed near Tottenhill and he is buried at Brookwood Military Cemetery in Surrey, and his grave is cared for by the CWGC. We were able to discover that a memorial plaque to all who served at the base is affixed to the local village hall, but if anyone can discover any further information about Silvester, please let Kev know so that we can pass any details on to his relation.

(October 2019)

As many of you will be aware, Mark recently took part in a Sportive on the Isle of Man TT Course for the 4th time. For the first time there was official timing by the Manx TT Organisers.

Mark has applied for a Guinness World Record and we will still be awaiting the results. The photos show Mark at the Start on his hand cycle, and at the end of the course with his medal. He also came 6th out of 20 participants in the One Chance Great Ouse challenge, part of the course was along the new unopened stretch of the A14 between Cambridge & Huntingdon.

Mark & Karl taking part in a 50 mile long event at Swanton Morley in October too.

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