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HMS Coventry Summer 1981 Newsletter
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Phil Eastall

Location:
Australia


posted: 25.05.2004 14:07

I Have just found this site, and had a good look at the guestbook, some names i remember.Its been such a long time, since i left the mob and i have not spent much time in uk, but at this time of year i always remember our shipmates that never came home with us.

I would just like to say good on ya one and all.
Richard Hoppy Hopgood





posted: 25.05.2004 12:45

Rocky - Thank you for organising the weekends events. Hopefully the attendance at these reunions will grow as time goes by. It was good to meet you and the others once again. Hasn\'t time been kind to us all!!

Jock Rutherford - Still remember you, haven\'t seen you since we watched your camera and AGR disappear over the side, 22 years ago.

Lets all raise a glass tonight and remember, absent friends.



Hoppy





Chris Eames

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 25.05.2004 10:52

Great site fellas, sod\'s law i only visited it for the first time Sat evening when i hope you were on your way to Jo\'s!

Hope you had a good night and count me in next year.



I drove down Sunday morning and saw a good turnout in old Pompey, I will pop down this evening as i always do.



Take guys and have a beer or two tonight.



All the best



Chris Eames

2QP Chefs mess.





phil mangnall

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 25.05.2004 09:57

22 years! I was a seventeen year old Seaman (Sonar) in 1982.



As time goes by I find myself reflecting more on that day and it seems as though it was yesterday.



This is my first visit to the site - first class!



Phil Mangnall
Derek Kimber

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 25.05.2004 09:15

Rocky

Thanks for a very enjoyable Saturday and Sunday. The service was very moving for me and Pat so we moved off early. Have spoken with Faz and would like to be involved more next year. Please keep in touch. I have a cheque in my pocket for 151.81 the balance of previous reuniuons which I need to get to you. Please let me hav your address Telephone 02392 896194 during the day or 02392 552151 nights. Thanks once again it was good to see some old faces

Regards

Derek Kimber