Jane has secured the VERY LAST few copies of this film that was based on Leo's book Three Fevers.
Currently on sale through Amazon at around £30 and above plus p&p, our price is £28.99 including p&p. Society members can get a great deal by clicking here and going to the Members' Shop. Don't forget that postage is free for members.
Written by our very own Society Secretary Fred Lane, this book is about Leo Walmsley's personal wartime experiences during the First World War – a little-documented area of the conflict – using extracts from his own writings, with dozens of his photos and augmented with recently-acquired prime source material.
February 2002 meeting at Apperley Manor. Left to right: Sophie Higson, Margaret Higson, Jack Stead, Marilyn Barraclough, Neville Buckley, Keith Barraclough, Jane Ellis, Nona Stead, Elizabeth Buckley, Fred Higson. Photo: Graham Higson.
The Happy Ending and Sound of the Sea are now available as Kindle and eBook editions.
These are larger images of those that appeared as thumbnails on page 48 of the Society Journal Autumn 2014.
Although the same model of aircraft, this is not one of those actually used by Leo, but I thought these up-close shots they may be of interest. This plane is housed at the Imperial War Museum at Duxford.
The next May weekend
The next meeting will take place in Robin Hood's Bay on 14th and 15th May 2016.