Thank you for commemoration

PUBLISHED: 11:33 14 June 2007 | UPDATED: 12:32 04 May 2010

The Duke of Gloucester lays a wreath at the graves of men who helped avert disaster.

The Duke of Gloucester lays a wreath at the graves of men who helped avert disaster.

MAY we through your newspaper, say a very big thank you to everyone concerned in organising the commemoration of the Soham rail disaster. A special thanks goes to Donna Martin, Peggy Gibbon and Jim Ames, who worked so hard to get this tribute organised

MAY we through your newspaper, say a very big 'thank you' to everyone concerned in organising the commemoration of the Soham rail disaster.

A special thanks goes to Donna Martin, Peggy Gibbon and Jim Ames, who worked so hard to get this tribute organised.

Donna and Peggy went out of their way to make sure we were well informed of the day's events.

We would also like to thank J K Memorials for providing an elegant new memorial headstone for my father's grave at Soham Cemetery, and also Mrs Ames, who provided the stylish flower arrangements.

We were very impressed with the commemorative stone plinth placed at the Memorial Square in Soham, and all-in-all you have given us a treasured and memorable day. Thank you all so very much.

GORDON and BRENDA BRIDGES

Soham


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