News 2015

The last newsletter of 2015 – issue number 28 was emailed out to members on 10th December. If you did not get a copy and think you should have done please contact the Hon Secretary.A note for the Annual members – your membership expires on 31st December 2015 and so don’t forget to renew!

Annual membership £8 or €11
Life membership £56 or €75

Memorial Wall updated and newsletters added.

The dates for the 72nd Commemoration of the Battle of Arnhem has been sent to the membership via a newsflash.On Saturday 17th October a plaque to the memmory of the 156 Parachute Battalion was unveiled at Melton Mowbray – their home before going to Arnhem in September 1944. A report and photos will be included in the December 2015 newsletter. 

The programme for the 71st Commemoration of the Battle of Arnhem has already been sent to the membership, but if any member has any questions please contact the Hon Secretary. 

The final 5 newsletters added 

21/06/2015 The third newsletter of 2015 has been completed and will be sent out on my return from two Arnhem tours on 30/06/2015. Information was included in the April newsletter on events for the 71st Commeomration and so if anyone has any questions in the first instance please refer to the newsletter. If you still have a question please contact the Hon Secretary. 

A dvd was recently offered to members called ‘Last Words’ but now all sold, but if you get the chance to buy one do so it is well worth it. 

Newsletters added 

New look! 
The Fellowship website has been given a new look!  
Take a look round and don’t forget to renew your membership! 

The Fellowship now has Twitter! 
Follow us @Arnhem70 for our latest news and information. 
Who knows, maybe you’ll get a retweet! 

Thank you to all those who have re-joined for 2015. We are always welcoming new members, so for more information, click here

Signed John Waddy poster

Visit our shop for a unique opportunity of owning this limited edition print of the 4th Parachute Brigade dropping on Ginkel Heath on the second day of Operation Market Garden. It measures approx 23 x 17 inches and is signed by Colonel Waddy.