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Calling all Old Worcester's
Your Association is flourishing and now has its own
website:- www.hms-worcester.co.uk If you are an Old Worcester who is not a member
of the Association, or a member who has lost contact
with the Association, please visit the website or contact
the Secretary, Graham. K.C. Smith Esq. 5 Tower Court,
Dunchideock , EXETER, Devon EX6 7YD, U.K. Tel:/Fax:
(Home)+44 (0)1392 832 975, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are looking
for a nostalgic memory of your time on the ship - then
look no further. Arthur Capener (OW) of Grosvenor Fine
Arts has commissioned a painting of the ship which is
available as a Limited Edition print for £35 inc.
postage & packing.
Former cadets who learned their
skills in HMS "Conway"
are advised that the Old Conways Association has it's
own web site at http://www.hmsconway.org
If you are looking for a nostalgic memory of your time
on the ship - then look no further. Arthur Capener of
Grosvenor Fine Arts has commissioned a painting of the
ship which is available as a Limited Edition print for
£35 inc. postage & packing.
For all ex-cadets of the School of Navigation, Southampton
and all who studied there visit the Association's web
Former cadets and all students who studied at the school
and who are not members of the Association are encouraged
to get in touch and contact either the "All Hands"
editor, John Downs - email@example.com
or the Membership Secretary, Reg Belcourt - firstname.lastname@example.org
Training Ship Mercury,
The Mercury Old Boys Association is active with approximately
450 members and growing.
Please visit the web site at:- www.tsmercury.com
If you are ex TS Mercury and not a member of the Mercury
Old Boys Association or if you have lost contact with
the Association please contact the Membership Secretary
- Richard Briggs (4920) at email@example.com
The Merchant Navy Association
The aims of the MNA are to remember those seafarers
of the Merchant Navy who died in the service of the
country; to remind the nation of our maritime heritage;
to look after the welfare of its members; and to foster
a spirit of comradeship amongst the members. It is not
solely an association for veterans but welcomes seafarers
of any age and particularly wishes to encourage young
people who show an interest in the sea. The MNA has
branches in England and Wales and links with similar
organisations in Scotland, Northern Ireland, Guernsey
and overseas. It is the only national organisation for
serving and former merchant seafarers. Membership of
the MNA is open to any person who has signed articles
under the Red or Blue ensigns with associate membership
offered to anybody who supports their aims and objectives.
Further details can be obtained from:- The Merchant Navy Association
9 Saxon Way, Caistor, Market Rasen. LN7 6SG Telephone: 01472 851130
or visit their web site at: www.mna.org.uk
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