Newsletter

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May
6

The May Newsletter is now in the Members’ area.

Remembering Professor Eric Grove

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April
25

I have been advised that there will be a tribute to Professor Eric Grove on More4 TV channel at 9pm on Monday April 26. This will be followed by their programme ‘World’s Greatest Shipwrecks: History beneath the Waves’.

More4 is a free-to-view channel which can be found on Freeview 18, Freesat 124, Sky 136 and Virgin 147.

Professor Eric Grove 1948-2021

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April
16

Just seen the sad news that Eric Grove has crossed the bar.

A great Naval historian who has delivered so many Naval lectures and will be sorely missed.

Duke of Edinburgh

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April
9

Today we mourn the loss of one of our own, this great Naval Officer who has crossed the Bar.

Last seen here at the commissioning of HMS EAGLET, at Brunswick Dock.

Newsletter

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March
19

The March Newsletter is now in the Members’ area

Lt Cdr David Collins MBE RNR (SCC)

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March
2

David is pictured with his Tankard from the Club inscribed with his appointment as an MBE and also pictured prominently is Hold Fast, the Centenary book!

Newsletter and AGM

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February
13

The January Newsletter, Notice of AGM and AGM Agenda are now in the Members’ area.

Lieutenant Commander David Collins RNR (SCC)

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January
5

We are very pleased to announce that one of our members, Lieutenant Commander David Collins RNR (SCC), has been awarded the MBE in the Queen’s New Year Honours 2021 for his dedicated service to the Sea Cadet Corps over a period of more than 50 years. This is a very fitting tribute for the work he has carried out. Well done and congratulations.