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East Lothian- The True
Spiritual Home of the Spitfire
 
 
 

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Coastal Regeneration Forum
The Coastal Regeneration Forum is a voluntary organisation, dedicated to the maintenance and upgrade of East Lothian's coastline, both as a civic asset and a public amenity.

They are committed to commemorating the events of 16th October 1939 with a permanent memorial, telling of the courage of the pilots and sailors involved and the common humanity in extraordinary circumstances they and locals alike found themselves.


Prestonpan Community Council


Bill Simpson, (Author of ‘Spitfires over Scotland – a biography of Squadron Leader Patrick Gifford)


Royal Air Force 603 Squadron Association
Royal Air Force 602 Squadron Museum


Mrs Stella Rutter, (nee Broughton), Supermarine Spitfire Drawing Office 1942 – Senior Design Artist.  Sole survivor of WW2 B.I.G.O.T. Group, (D-Day Invasion)


Royal Air Force Association, South East Scotland Branch


Messrs Crummey, Price & Partners, Prestonpans Family Dental Care Practice


Jack Tully-Jackson, (Former WW2 member of ‘Fortitude North’ group) and local historian


Andrew Crummy, Artist and Tapestry Designer


Haddington and District Probus Club


East Lothian Library Service


The Spitfire Society, (Eastern Wing)


Lord James Douglas-Hamilton, (Lord Selkirk), Honorary Air Commodore, 603 Squadron


Bryden & Louise McKinnie - website management


Richard Demarco, Artist and Impresario, Director, Edinburgh Festival


Alex Mayes, Expert Modeler, Edinburgh


Roo-Art, Picture Framers, Longniddry, East Lothian


Welsh Spitfire Museum, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire


C J B Image & Design, East Lothian


Dugald Cameron, Aviation Artist and Author, Director Glasgow School of Art (Rtd)



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