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The Battle of Britain Memorial May 21
It’s that time of the week again! For this week’s we’re travelling back to Memorial Day 2015.
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Top Gun Pawn 18h
Replying to @TopGunPawn
☆ 2️⃣. VISIT and pay tribute to a local Veteran’s cemetery or . ☆ 3️⃣. SEND To deployed Troops.
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The Battle of Britain Memorial May 20
Thank you to for including us in their round-up of businesses going the extra mile in Kent. Read the blog here:
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The Battle of Britain Memorial 22h
If you’ve been missing your favourite Memorial, then here is our latest Google Earth image of the site. Whilst we’re in lockdown, Google Earth is a great free program that can allow you to ‘fly’ over a virtual globe!
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The Battle of Britain Memorial May 20
We have a lovely selection of books available in our online shop. One of these is The Final Few by Dilip Sarkar. The book is even signed by Dilip himself! Find out more here:
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HMS Vanguard 1917 17h
193 mile motorbike ride into to search for crew named on local Memorials. Found 4, with two of them for the same chap, mentioned in neighbouring village plaques.
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Jamila Husain May 18
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Kirsty Hartsiotis 🇪🇺 4h
Today's takes us out of the Cotswolds, to the nearby Malverns, and , Great Malvern, where we have a perfect item for and , with the by W R Caroe, 1923.
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Kirsty Hartsiotis 🇪🇺 May 24
Replying to @StroudStory
Lastly, I think, is , who was the of the cathedral's windows from the 1960s. He only left a modest set of - in the chapel of St Edmund and St Edward. He was followed by Graham Dowding, still working at Ruskin Mill.
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Mr Hannigan 18h
Scenes from today’s walk. Wet, windy and dull but still signs of bright new life.
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Kirsty Hartsiotis 🇪🇺 May 21
Replying to @todbooklady
2/2 Those images by Tudor Barlow and Rex Harris. Pancheri and Sons did the reredos - 1971, more than 60 years later! Then, the cross in the churchyard is by the , 1920. Thank you for Worcs info! Images: Tudor Barlow and Ian Hunter
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DefibSafe 16h
** SPOTTED ** Crookham War Memorial Hall- Fleet Hampshire ☺️💚
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The Battle of Britain Memorial May 23
Lovely to see our Young Ambassador, Jacob Jennings () featured on . See the feature here:
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Felix Felicis .. It's Liquid luck🤗 May 19
Last year on same day. Only feeling that lasted.. v r indebted for life 🙏
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cardiff_wales_snappers May 22
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Kirsty Hartsiotis 🇪🇺 May 23
Back to Christopher Whall and then a coffee break! In 1902 he was commissioned to produce the Boer War in the Chapter House of . Usually closed, but and I managed a flit in there in Jan: these are her better than mine photos, thank you Liz!
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Yobi May 23
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Kirsty Hartsiotis 🇪🇺 May 23
Replying to @StroudStory
Theglass isn't the only part of the Boer - the roll of honour was designed by C R Ashbee and made at the Guild of Handicraft. Ashbee used Whall's Lady Chapel script for the lettering Detail: Gordon T Lawson, whole: Roger Smith
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Travelers Social Network & Travel Marketplace May 19
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Jermain MERCEDES Speights (CHRIST) May 21
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