Remembering that day 70 years ago, the day that is now known as D Day, when 9,000 lost their lives and 100,000 marched across Europe to defeat Hitler. It was known as Operation Neptune and completely took the Germans by surprise. Among those who landed on the beaches of Normandy were 73,000 Americans, 61,700 British, 21,000 Canadians, 3,000 Australians and many other nationalities.
Let us remember their sacrifice and celebrate the freedom they gave us.
A pony adventure, to the Bishop's Close
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