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75th Anniversary of D-Day 6th June, 1944

Now we celebrate the 75th anniversary of D-Day 6th June 1944. A spectacular ceremony of events has been drawn up for towns throughout Normandy, Portsmouth in the UK, Dorset and more. This really shall be the last major organised commemoration

Donations Urgently Needed

As everyone knows, next year – 2014 – is a double commemoration of remembrance. First, it is the 100th anniversary of the start of WWI (1914 – 2014) and there will be many acts of remembrance taking place, especially in

2012 – A Year in Review

11 November, 2012 – Remembrance Sunday Prior to November 11 the weather had been overcast, miserable days with rain and cold, but everyone was smiled upon as Sunday turned out to be a bright, sunny day with a blue sky, but

New Years Day Parade



Following our Christmas event, it was within a matter of days that we were all lining up in Westminster with our bus and military Land Rover to take part once again in the annual London New Year’s Day Parade. There were over 10,000 people, young and old taking part, as well as thousands lining the route.

Again this year, participants included many associations and other charitable groups, military bands, endless vehicles and floats and countless different groups of cheerleaders and marching bands from high schools in the USA. All in all, a wonderful and colourful sight to see.

Christmas Dinner & Reunion 2008



On December 15th, a wonderful group of veterans and special guests got together for their annual event. This year it was held in the wonderful surroundings of the Greek Brotherhood Centre in Finchley, North London. Everyone enjoyed their choices from a menu of typical Christmas Fayre. The event was complemented by the professionalism of John Maynard.


John is a professional toastmaster at prestigious dinners and other such events, but John, with veterans close to his heart, volunteered his services free and joined us to give a splendid presentation and opening remarks to the reunion. Thank you so very much John Maynard.

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