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Our secretary Chris Pointer received a letter with this accompanying photo from Mike Henry in Australia. Mike wishes to know if our members can identify any of the gentleman in the group. (His father Ted is wearing the trilby hat). The photo is believed to be taken at High Post in front of a Seafang (not Spitfire as Mike had originally thought).

If you have any information please email Chris Pointer Any new information will be added by Chris to the feedback PDF

Click here for original letter.

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'Sapper to Spitfire Spy'  

the story of David Greville-Heygate, DFC

 

Wednesday 4th December

Britain’s Biggest Warship:

HMS Queen Elizabeth

Sunday 10th November

20:00-21:00

BBC Two  Series 2  3/3

 

After three months at sea, the test pilots from the Royal Navy and RAF have successfully landed the F35 jets on the flight deck of HMS Queen Elizabeth for the first time, and even tested launching and landing in hurricane conditions. But with just a few weeks to go before the warship arrives in New York in spectacular style, they are about to try a method of landing never attempted before, which carries great risks but could revolutionise carrier operations globally. Last in the series.

7.30 for 7.45pm start

UK AIRSHOWS 2019

 

EUROPEAN AIRSHOWS 2019

seafang pic.jpg

a talk by Sally-Anne Greville-Heygate

 

Philip Wiltshire

1938 - 2019

Phil’s eulogy available to read here