Bomber Command team at pier
MEMBERS of an RAF Bomber Command crew – who between them flew 250 missions during World War Two – made a special visit to Clevedon Pier.
Warrant officer and Lancaster Rear Gunner Dave Fellowes, who flew 33 operations during the conflict, was among the group who made the visit to promote an event on the Victorian landmark next month.
Members of the RAF Bomber Command crew are to visit the pier again on May 16 from 4pm to 8pm for a special event to raise money for the Bomber Command Memorial Fund.
There will be a sale of books, print and other memorabilia from World War Two for sale on the pier, which crew will be available to sign.
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The money raised will go to the upkeep of a new memorial at London's Green Park to honour the 55,573 men of Bomber Command who lost their lives in World War Two.
The memorial is now under construction and is due to be completed in time for a dedication and unveiling ceremony on June 28.
Clevedon Piermistress Linda Strong said: "It was fantastic to welcome members of the crew to the pier and I am hoping lots of people will come along and support the fundraising event on May 16."