Memorial to RAF wartime crews

An RAF Chinook has winched in the first of three concrete blocks at Beachy Head. They will form a memorial to the crews of Bomber Command.

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Beachy Head memorial to wartime RAF crews

A Chinook flies in one of the memorials Credit: Derek Johnson

An RAF Chinook winches in the first of three concrete blocks at Beachy Head. They will form a memorial to the crews of Bomber Command. The Sussex beauty spot was the last sight of England for the men as they flew missions to Germany. The memorial has cost £25,000, raised by veterans and locals.

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