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    dinkydoo

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    Myself and 3 Argentine Soldiers, Ex.( P.O.W.) whom I helped for a number of years set up a Veterans Organisation in Argentina. On Friday 9th March 2018 Julio Aro, (left), is being presented with an Award from the International Red Cross at the Embassy in London. Beverley and I are invited to the lunch. They are great friends and we are so looking forward to seeing them.
  2. 3 points
    Browne73

    LSgt Andy Brinkworth

    Taken from the 1985 Regimental Magazine
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    Kevin

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    HILL 75

    Mrs Valerie Hill, wife of Roy Hill RBL Norfolk County 2

    On the 16th September Mrs Valerie Hill, wife of Roy Hill RBL Norfolk County Parade Marshal, was presented with a Certificate of Merit from the Norfolk County Royal British Legion, in recognition of her dedication, service and hard work within the County of Norfolk. Following this at the Branch AGM on 16th October Valerie retired as Chairman of the Branch, after over twenty-two years. At this meeting she was presented with a fifty-year Poppy Badge by the Branch President, Sprowston Town Council Chairman Mr Ian Moncur, on behalf of the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal. Valerie, as Poppy Organiser for 23ys in Sprowston raised in excess of £255,000. It was an emotional 'send off' but Valerie thanked all members for their support and camaraderie and wished her successor, James Hodgins all good wishes for the future, in keeping with the standards of the Sprowston Branch initiated in 1937.
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    HILL 75

    Mrs Valerie Hill, wife of Roy Hill RBL Norfolk County

    On the 16th September Mrs Valerie Hill, wife of Roy Hill RBL Norfolk County Parade Marshal, was presented with a Certificate of Merit from the Norfolk County Royal British Legion, in recognition of her dedication, service and hard work within the County of Norfolk. Following this at the Branch AGM on 16th October Valerie retired as Chairman of the Branch, after over twenty-two years. At this meeting she was presented with a fifty-year Poppy Badge by the Branch President, Sprowston Town Council Chairman Mr Ian Moncur, on behalf of the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal. Valerie, as Poppy Organiser for 23ys in Sprowston raised in excess of £255,000. It was an emotional 'send off' but Valerie thanked all members for their support and camaraderie and wished her successor, James Hodgins all good wishes for the future, in keeping with the standards of the Sprowston Branch initiated in 1937.