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Chris Howe MBE

United Kingdom

posted: 28.05.2014 11:08

Shipmates, families and friends,

Just to say what a wonderful reunion and Remembrance service we had at the weekend in Portsmouth. On reflection it was heartening to see and hear so many of us still making the effort to make sure we never forget. The turnout was great and certainly provided the opportunity for all of us to catch up but more importantly to Remember our shipmates we left on patrol 25 May 1982. I thank you all.

I can say that our raffle and auction raised healthy sums of money which allows us to stay solvent and cover future costs for next year in Coventry which will all take place on Sunday 24th May 2015. A full agenda will appear here later in the year. Book the date!

Please keep watching this website but for now and stay safe.

Yours Aye - Chairman
Simon 'Molly' Sugden

United Kingdom

posted: 25.05.2014 14:41

Thinking of everybody today and especially our shipmates still on watch.
Will be raising a glass of pusser's later.

Can I also ask for those that knew Ian Hall's mum Iris to raise a glass, she passed away peacefully a couple of weeks ago. A gem of a lady who looked after a few of us really well when we stayed at Nobby's house a few weeks before we left for Spring Train.

Hope the re-union goes well and hope to see you next year.




posted: 25.05.2014 10:32

Stephen Dawson

Loved and remembered every
day xxx
Toby Owen

United Kingdom

posted: 25.05.2014 08:02

As the sun rose this morning, I sat and reflected on what has happened over the last 32 years. I've grown older, but my memories have never faded on this our fateful day. Ithe memories of my shipmates still on patrol grow stronger and will always be my heros. Calm seas
philip eastall


posted: 25.05.2014 00:17

to all those still on patrol always thinking of you, but even more on this day. BZ boys RIP.