A vast database cataloging every known Royal Navy vessel lost over the past six centuries is now available for the public.
Created by the Maritime Archaeology Sea Trust, the ‘Loss List’ features more than 5,000 warships and auxiliaries going back to 1512.
To find out more, click here:
And to search the database, go here: http://ow.ly/sntm50HqKkI
Army Navy Game April 29th 2017
Cenotaph Sunday 13th November 2022.
We will apply for 30 places this year or more if required
Please everyone who would like to march please go to
Contact page and fill in all details - Subject box put “cenotaph” - in message box need contact numbers
Once I have all names I will send out each one personally a form which needs to be filled in
Please do this even if you have sent me an email or posted on facebook
Just to make you aware if not taken part before!
You are likely to be standing in Whitehall for at least 1.5 hours
prior to the March Past, then marching for a distance of over 1 mile, possibly in inclement weather.
(fowl weather clothing will not be allowed!!)
Any issues or concerns contact me firstname.lastname@example.org
or use contact page on website
Take care - stay safe - Lewie