News: Bomber Message from Lance

Posted on 17th November 2016

Great to see you and some of the businesses last night. A good one I thought and raising over £400, excellent.

 

We have an event coming up that you might want to mention in your news letter. Surviving members of Bomber command from this area are coming in to sign books and memorabilia to raise funds for the new International Bomber command center in Lincoln.

 

see www.internationalbcc.co.uk/

 

They are terrific guys and will not be around much longer.

 

The memorabilia could make a Christmas present with a difference.

 

Have a great day and see you soon and again,a great night last night.

Lance Nuttall, The Woolpack Inn

 

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