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This page last updated on Sunday 16th November 2014.

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Toby Owen

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 17.06.2013 10:01

I am very saddend to hear of the passing away of Big Slinger Woods. May you rest in peace Shipmate.
Toby and 3N Mess mate.
dennis cuthbertson

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 16.06.2013 11:21

it is with deep regret that i have to anounce the death of a former shipmate of coventry during the falklands campaign a allister wood former stoker passed away suddenly yesterday 15th june a good friend of mine as ex rn also of many of you
Faz and Mai Fazackerley

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 06.06.2013 10:45

Many thanks to Chris and his team for all the hard work in organising the reunion in Coventry this year. The hospitality shown by the Coventry RNA was unbelievable so many thanks to one and all - we\'ll try to be there when we can. Still looking for those \'old familiar faces\' it took us over 30 years to get there!
mick daniels

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 04.06.2013 08:13

Sorry the family could not join you this year, at 1815 hours on the 25th in Cala\'n Dor,Majorca we raised our glasses in honour of our lost shipmates. Never forgotten.

regards and best wishes,
Mick (jack)Daniels

p.s. Chris - is there any minutes or feedback from the Committee /AGM to follow?
Paul Inman





posted: 01.06.2013 20:06

Like wise, a big thank you to Jack Russell for arranging and conducing the memorial service in Portsmouth last Sunday, and Rocky with his balancing act getting the ‘White Ensign’ up (without a harness).
A very special ship and a very special bunch of people!