MEMORIAL FOR MILLVINA . The Millvina Dean Memorial Garden was officially opened and dedicated on 31st May 2012, in a simple, dignified ceremony, in the presence of the Mayor and Mayoress of Southampton and forty guests and members of the public. Over two years in the planning, the garden is a result of close co-operation between the Millvina […]
As a part of our Centenary year wreath laying programme, we are planning to lay a wreath on the grave of Titanic’s Third Officer Herbert John Pitman MBE. Pitman’s grave is located at St Leonard’s, Church Lane, Mill Lane off A359, Pitcombe, Somerset, BA10 0PE We invite members to join with Nigel Wright, in laying the society’s […]
British Titanic Society member Mike Peach, kindly agreed to represent the society at the events held at Lichfield, to mark the centenary. Here are a selection of the photographs he took. Mike’s report of the event will appear in the June 2012 edition of the Atlantic Daily Bulletin.
Here are more photographs of the convention 2012. Please email into us any photos you have for inclusion here – firstname.lastname@example.org There are still more to add, which will be put online ASAP. I would like to thank Karen Jarman, Richard Henley-Ife, Ian Huntly, and Matthew Snoad for sending in their photographs. Note – We […]
On Friday the 1st July 2011, Nigel Wright and Tim Silcocks travelled to Southampton to meet with members to discuss the plans for Convention 2012. Nigel and Tim were joined by British Titanic Society members Bob Angel, Peter Mitchell and Keith Perry, who were all involved in the organisation of last year’s convention. In addition to […]