RE: WW1 POSTAL WORKERS TABLET

#16 by astoness , Sun Jun 29, 2014 8:15 am

just a quick update although im sure some of you already know....after months of combined hard work we now have a date set for the re dedication service of the 7 postal workers...SUNDAY THE 20TH OF JULY AT THE NMA...really pleased with the outcome they will not be forgotton again..


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RE: WW1 POSTAL WORKERS TABLET

#17 by chocks , Sun Jun 29, 2014 8:20 am

I'm planning on being there Lyn.
Dependant on my Fathers health though


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RE: WW1 POSTAL WORKERS TABLET

#18 by Frothy , Sun Jun 29, 2014 8:22 am

Quote: astoness wrote in post #16
just a quick update although im sure some of you already know....after months of combined hard work we now have a date set for the re dedication service of the 7 postal workers...SUNDAY THE 20TH OF JULY AT THE NMA...really pleased with the outcome they will not be forgotton again..


Yes you've done well Lyn. Will try and make it to the NMA


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RE: WW1 POSTAL WORKERS TABLET

#19 by astoness , Sun Jun 29, 2014 8:33 am

great if you can both make it lads...chocks with your dads health as it is just turn up on spec but froth if you can confirm nearer the time as we can order you a chair or chairs if you bring someone else... unless you dont mind standing...


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RE: WW1 POSTAL WORKERS TABLET

#20 by Frothy , Sun Jun 29, 2014 8:40 am

Quote: astoness wrote in post #19
great if you can both make it lads...chocks with your dads health as it is just turn up on spec but froth if you can confirm nearer the time as we can order you a chair or chairs if you bring someone else... unless you dont mind standing...


What you trying to say Lyn?


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RE: WW1 POSTAL WORKERS TABLET

#21 by astoness , Sun Jun 29, 2014 9:15 am

actually im not quite sure froth...


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