Wednesday 23rd March from 1900 - Buffet followed by talk Martin Alexander 
Leadership and Logistics in North Africa 1941-43

 

Wednesday 11th May at 19:30 - AGM - followed by a talk by Brian Jefferson
“Operation Black Buck – A 40th Anniversary Reflective”


Future meetings of the LMHG will take place at the Lansil Club on Caton Road, Lancaster.

 

Executive meetings have been moved to the first Wednesday of alternate months, beginning on 2nd March 2022 at 7.30pm.

SUPPORTING OUR ARMED FORCE​S AND MAKING THE CASE FOR STRONG DEFENCE

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Defence UK was formed in 2007 as the United Kingdom National Defence Association (UKNDA) to make the case for increased investment in defence, at a time when the UK’s armed forces – then engaged in two major conflicts – were chronically underfunded and overstretched.

 

The UK’s forces are no longer committed to extended military operations in Afghanistan and Iraq, but there are still numerous threats to national and international security, from a range of terrorist networks and rogue states, leaving our borders, shipping, energy supply and trade routes all at risk. Despite the growing threats, there are glaring holes in our nation’s military capabilities, and our armed services are seriously depleted by ill-conceived cuts to the defence budget, by successive governments, leaving the UK increasingly vulnerable in a dangerous world.

 

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Remembrance Sunday 8 November 2015

Despite a really wet morning the Remembrance Sunday ceremony in Lancaster was very well attended. The first wreath was laid by the Mayor. Thereafter a large number of wreaths were laid by representatives of a great variety of organisations.
 


Umbrellas up, the ceremony proceeds
 


The march past the Town Hall included these veterans, many of them being members of LMHG