Veterans News Index

South London Branch September 2015

The Merton Sea Cadets are holding a Trafalgar Day Dinner on 24th October to which all are invited at a cost of £27.50 per head. I am pleased to report that our illustrious former Secretary, Shipmate Ron… Read More

London Branch September 2015

This page was to have been written by our Chairman Ken Gadsdon, but due to his indisposition I have been volunteered. The main thing to report is that we had a very successful summer social on board HMS… Read More

London Branch June 2015

This edition plays catch-up to combine branch reports from March and May of 2015. Recently appointed Branch Chairman Ken Gadsdon writes on the subject of new members and donations made to London Branch,… Read More

London Branch February 2015

The February edition of the newsletter carries a message from the new Chairman Ken Gadsdon who carries the very best wishes of the branch in his new post. As well as an update from the Treasurer, this… Read More

London Branch December 2014

The December Christmas edition of the newsletter brings a raft of news concerning the recent appointment of a new committee for the London Branch, including our new Chairman, Ken Gadsdon, who informs… Read More

London Branch October 2014

The September meeting proved to be a very constructive one and much was achieved. During our silence at the commencement of the meeting, we especially remembered the passing of John Williamson, Charles… Read More

London Branch August 2014

It may be remembered that the July meeting last year was made a bit special. We took the opportunity to invite family to bring along those London Branch members who normally are unable to make the journey… Read More

London Branch June 2014

There was a good attendance at the May meeting and it proved to be a far more interesting one than perhaps was originally envisaged. The July arrangements with the Sea Cadets were reviewed – it… Read More

London Branch April 2014

It was nice to see members and friends once again at the March meeting. Not all that many, of course, but the reasons for this lie with the passage of time which, rather sadly, takes such things beyond… Read More