The Christopher Foxley-Norris Memorial wall. we all found it very moving.
Below a bunch of flower laid by the fallen names.
Air Chief Marshal Sir Keith Park's bust.
Back at the Hunting Lodge I looked up at the weather vane as we entered for a cup of tea.
Lastly the famous writing on the Beaverbrook wall that symbolizes the second word war.
" Never in the field of human conflict was much so owed by so many to so few" Winston Churchill
Sorry the images were a bit dull due to the overcast day, the next day it snowed heavy
We all left a bit sad on this gloomy day mindful of all the lives sacrificed during the war so that we can walk free.
Thanks for looking.
Best regards, Mike, Sue and Margaret.