• Neville Foote

    ONE of Britain’s last surviving D-Day heroes has told how he liberated occupied France armed with only a fold-up bike and a misfiring gun 75 years on from the landings.  738 total views

  • Liberation Day

    Despite the camp being entered first on Sunday 15 April 1945, by eight men of the 6th SAS and then 1–3000 men of 11 and 29 Armoured Brigade, these troops stayed no more than a few hours and moved out to continue the war.  69 total views

  • The first in…

    On April 15, 1945, Lieutenant John Randall, then a 24-year-old SAS officer, was on a reconnaissance mission in northern Germany.  1,198 total views

  • Ron Westbury

    This is a photo of my dear old dad shortly before he passed at the grand age of 91.  753 total views

  • Arthur Edwin Ashford (11th Armoured Division)

    My name is Andrea. I was wondering if anyone would be able to advise me on where I can start. I have a few photographs of his, the biggest clue I have is a group photograph with him in the middle and on the back it states 11th Armoured “The Black Bull” R.A.S.C. A couple of his photos also have the number “83” on.  291 total views

  • Harry Skeggs – 32 CSS

    The funeral of Harry Skeggs, a committed and engaged member of St Catherine’s congregation for over sixty years, took place at Chelmsford Crematorium on Wednesday 10th May 2017.  Below is an edited version of the tribute and address given at that service.  135 total views