Sunday, 1 November 2009

Extract from Hampshire Incident Reports for 1940 giving summary of raid at Allum Green.

Extract from local newspaper the Milford on Sea & Milton Advertiser for Saturday 14 September 1940 which features a news report for 'Country House Hit' the house being Allum Green.

The following are pictures from RAOC War Memorial situated at the parade ground of 25 Training Regiment RLC, Deepcut.

Each of the men killed at Allum Green are commemorated on the memorial.

Sunday, 19 April 2009

Grave of S/Sgt Stanley Henry Avon 7607811 RAOC, buried Charlton Cemetery, Greenwich, London.

Grave of WO 2 Harry Stanley Tyler 7602112 RAOC, buried in Astwood Cemetery, Worcester.

Grave of S/Sgt Edgar William Ernest Gifford 7607804 RAOC, buried in St Nicholas Churchyard, North Bradley, Near Trowbridge, Wiltshire.

Grave of Sgt Alfred William Blunn 7603109 RAOC, buried in Holy Trinity Churchyard Extension, Lickey, Near Birmingham.
The following link takes you to a Battle of Britain site which refers briefly to the incident at Allum Green.

It is listed under the section on Home Security Reports for night of 5/6 September.

Wednesday, 8 April 2009

The photograph above was taken in May 1980 on the day the memorial bench was dedicated, my father, Arthur Haynes, is wearing the dark blazer in the centre of picture.