Around 200 turn out to mark seventieth anniversary of Canvey bomber crash

Moving service: David Tudor

Moving service: David Tudor

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ABOUT 200 people packed into St Nicholas Church to mark the seventieth anniversary of the 1944 B17 Bomber crash over Canvey.

Guests to the service led by the Reverend David Tudor at 10.45am today included ten eyewitnesses, the daughter of the only living survivor, and local dignitaries.

Don't miss Monday's Echo for full report and pictures.

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6:50pm Sat 21 Jun 14

alarminstaller says...

Well done guys it is great to see so many people appreciate what that generation gave for us.

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Well done guys it is great to see so many people appreciate what that generation gave for us. 'respect' alarminstaller
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8:07am Sun 22 Jun 14

Kim Gandy says...

alarminstaller wrote:
Well done guys it is great to see so many people appreciate what that generation gave for us.

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I echo those sentiments.
[quote][p][bold]alarminstaller[/bold] wrote: Well done guys it is great to see so many people appreciate what that generation gave for us. 'respect'[/p][/quote]I echo those sentiments. Kim Gandy
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