Veterans visit for spitfire cafe's third anniversary
celebrated three years in business with WW2 Veterans
at our veteran breakfast club which is held once a mouth.
Mr Ray Roberts who is 100 pop in for lunch.
On Tuesday 13 Sep Mr Ray Roberts pop in to the spitfire cafe with is family.
Mr Ray Roberts was born 24/10/1916
Mr Ray Roberts was in the R.A.F and on july 1940 his plane caught fire and he had to bail out. He become a member of the Caterpillar Club on account of using his parachutes.
IMPS-Invicta Military Vehicle Preservation Society Welcome WW2 Veteran Albert Bennett.
Mr Albert Bennett who is 102 years old pop in the spitfire cafe on Sunday 18th Sep 2016.
Albert joined the R.A.F in 1941 working in India servicing Hurricanes and Dakotas before they flew off to Burma. Spitfire are a symbol of wartime victory but it was not only pilots who secured the planes place in history.
Veterans enjoy an old fashioned knees -up '' to mark Queen's birthday
Biggin Hill Breakfast Club Next meeting 21th JUNE 9.30am
Alfie Davidson, ex Royal Signals, serving member of Her Majesty's Forces, asked me if we could have a Veteran's Breakfast Club at the spitfire cafe.
They are all over the country and worldwide but as yet not in Biggin Hill.
We both looked in to it and thought it would be an excellent idea.
So once a mouth on the Tuesday24th May 9.30am
We thought it would be good if ex-service members could wear their badges so we could identify them from civilian's they can sit together and banter.
UK Homes 4 Heroes, Together we can make a difference.
Jimmy Jukes Mbe and
Michelle Thorpe from UK Homes 4 Heroes pride & passion , will be there if you need any support or just need someone to listen .
Armed Forces Bikers Julia Stevenson,
Julia Stevenson, Women's Royal Army Corps.
Also can offer support an advice on civvy street.