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Star & Garter re-listed as a Asset of Community Value

Star & Garter re-listed as a Asset of Community Value

Posted: Mon, 18 Feb 2019 12:25 by Mark Hunter

ENC has re-listed the Star & Garter, and adjacent pub field to the rear, as an Asset of Community Value (ACV) for another 5 years.

The site was re-nominated by the Parish Council in November 2018, to protect it as a major community asset in the parish, as described in the Neighbourhood Development Plan.

Traffic lights in Caldecott for wall repairs

Traffic lights in Caldecott for wall repairs

Posted: Wed, 13 Feb 2019 08:55 by Mark Hunter

Traffic lights are in operation in Caldecott, whilst a wall is repaired following a traffic accident last month.

The works are scheduled to take two weeks.

Mi Amigo B17 crash - Fly past to mark 75 years

Mi Amigo B17 crash - Fly past to mark 75 years

Posted: Fri, 08 Feb 2019 12:37 by Mark Hunter

On Friday 22nd February 2019, aircraft from the USAF 48th Fighter Wing, the 100th Air Refueling Wing and the 352nd Special Operations Wings will fly past the crash site memorial in Endclliffe Park, Sheffield, to pay tribute to the 10 US aircrew of the Mi Amigo who lost their lives 75 years ago.

[Creative Commons image from the IWM]

The Mi Amigo was a B17 bomber that was transferred to the the 364th Bomb Squadron, part of the 305th Bomb Group based at RAF Chelveston on 30th January 1944. On the 22nd February 1944 it had been on a raid on the German airfield at Ålborg in occupied Denmark and had returned, badly damaged, approx 80 miles off course at Sheffield, where it crash landed. The wreckage was recovered on 25 February and taken to the 2nd Strategic Air Depot at Little Staughton. More »

Mi Amigo Crew:
First Lieutenant John Glennon Krieghauser, pilot.
Second Lieutenant Lyle J Curtis, co-pilot
Second Lieutenant John W Humphrey, navigator
Second Lieutenant Melchor Hernandez, bombardier
Staff Sergeant Robert E Mayfield, radio operator
Staff Sergeant Harry W Estabrooks, engineer / top turret gunner
Sergeant Charles H Tuttle, ball-turret gunner
Sergeant Maurice O Robbins, tail gunner
Sergeant Vito R Ambrosio, right waist gunner
Muster Sergeant George U Williams, left waist gunner » Less