Kenley Revival Project war graves history talk, Sep 11

The Kenley Revival Project presents the first in a series of lectures to remember the history of RAF Kenley and those that served there during wartime.

Some of the war graves at St Luke’s, where the talk will be delivered

The first talk, to be held on September 11, will be delivered by Kev Barnes, the regional operational co-ordinator at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

This fascinating lecture will discuss the war graves of St Luke’s Churchyard, which were the final resting place for some of the brave airman who served at RAF Kenley.

The talk will be held at St Luke’s Church, Whyteleafe Hill, CR3 0AA (closest railway station Upper Warlingham) from 5.30pm.

Click here to book your free tickets now.

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