By Cliff Cowling (Amazon Rep) – Wreath Coordinator. Remembrance Day 2015, a dull, cloudy, misty and windy day in Plymouth where many ex T21 er’s gathered at 1030 at the Belvedere Memorial Gardens on the Hoe in remembrance of our fallen comrades. Several wreaths were laid including our own T21 Club wreath at the base of the Ardent/Antelope […]
Photographs from the 2015 Plymouth Reunion can be viewed and downloaded from here.
Our President Sir Rob Woodard and F4 Padre Canon Clive French led the dedication of the Type 21 Memorial, located at the National Memorial Arboretum (Alrewas), on Saturday 18 April 2015. Joined by friends and members of the Association the event was a huge success reflecting the hard work put in by the committee to […]
Following The Sir John Holmes Independent Medal Review the qualifying period for the award of the South Atlantic Medal without the Rosette will be extended from 12 July to 21 October 1982, when the airfield at Mount Pleasant became operational. Applications for the South Atlantic Medal are being accepted and will be assessed and dealt […]
From: Sir Ian Garnett To: All 21 Club Members As agreed at the last AGM, Rear Admiral Sir Rob Woodard has now taken over as President of the Type 21 Association. It has been a huge privilege and an honour for me to serve as your President and I have thoroughly […]
News item in the Plymouth Evening Herald – 5 November 2014 Read more: http://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/Sailors-reunion-rekindles-old-comradeships/story-24163068-detail/story.html#ixzz3IE1C9sjk
As you all know, The Type 21 Club Association maintain a ‘Crossed the Bar’ memorial. These are kept on the Type 21 Club Facebook group, the official website and also at each reunion memorial boards are unveiled listing an up to date list of all those up to that particular reunion. I can now update […]
Transport and Installation We are indebted to Tim Paige of Tamar Trailers (Plympton) for the free loan of a suitably strong quality trailer for the transport of our ¾ tonne granite memorial from Cornwall to the NMA at Alrewas Staffs and to Dan Doxsey (21 Club) for providing free of charge towing services. We had an […]
The new Type 21 Club has completed it’s journey from the West Country to it’s new home adjacent to the Type 21 Club memorial bench at the National Memorial Arboretum. (Photos and transport by David Woollard)
The 2014 Plymouth reunion has come and gone, a full report will follow soon but here is a few highlights of the Crownhill AGM. If you have photographs to share why not do this now on our Facebook Page here.