Contacting Tom Wingham

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Contacting Tom Wingham

Postby ChrisInBlackpool » Fri Sep 23, 2011 2:43 pm

The Hon Sec of the 102 Ceylon Squadron is Tom Wingham DFC, and you can contact Tom by email at: tomw102ATbtinternet.com (replace the AT with an @ of course).

Membership of the association is £5.00 a year and subsrciptions can be sent to Tom by post.

We are trying to get bank details off Tom so that we can pass them onto people who wish to pay via their own bank branch or even on line.

If you would like Tom's phone number or home address, please contact the 102 webmaster, chrisharperAT102ceylonsquadron.co.uk
For the memory of everyone who served with 102 Ceylon Squadron,
but mostly for the 1,027 in two World Wars who never came home.
Lest we never forget. http://www.102ceylonsquadron.co.uk
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Re: Contacting Tom Wingham

Postby Neilw » Fri Sep 23, 2011 5:30 pm

Chris - do they applications as 'associate' members for those who were not with the Squadron?

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Re: Contacting Tom Wingham

Postby ChrisInBlackpool » Fri Sep 23, 2011 6:15 pm

Yup, I should have explained that shouldn't I.. well done Neil again.. :)

Anyone who served with 102, on joining the Association, becomes a member of it.

If you are like myself and many others, a relative of some one who served, you become an Associate member of the Association...

Personally I think they should have come up with a different name than Associate, but I don't think is a 102 thing, I just think it's how all RAF associations work.

Does that make sense???
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Re: Contacting Tom Wingham

Postby Neilw » Fri Sep 23, 2011 8:04 pm

Thanks Chris - it does - and you right the term associate is used by other Squadron Associations.

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