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NEWSLETTER No 1 of 2019
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Moni Aliyense ~ August 2019
I am pleased to report yet another well supported and enjoyable reunion last month. The Holiday Inn, Coventry, continues to be an excellent venue as it has been for the previous six years. Our attendance this year totalled 32 - equalling that of the last two years - on parade were ten former Officers including Jon Dennison, travelling from Scotland and the doyen of the Association at the age of 94. For a full report of this years event Click here.
Note: The date of the next Reunion has been arranged for Thursday 9th July 2020.

The number of those curently associated with the Association comprises former officers, their widows and children and totals over 120 individuals. The majority are in the UK with about one quarter overseas, mainly in Australia and South Africa. These numbers represent an encouraging level of interest from those who belonged to or had indirect involvement. In addition, our website attracts some 900 or so page views per month from individuals worldwide.

It is now six months since I took over as Organiser and in this time I have enjoyed the opportunity of making contact to chat and reminisce with so many of our members. I look forward to hearing news from them again and from many others in the months ahead.

Very Best Wishes,
Ken Wilkinson
1st August 2019


Musical Interlude
So there is a new Prime Minister in UK. Opinion of him is varied but certainly he has personality and he exudes confidence but has he the answer to UK's ongoing problem - BREXIT. There are doubts but does he "raise you up" as he does to quite a few.     Click here to enjoy.

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