10 September 2011, AGM LONDON
VISITING THE HOME WHERE C S FORESTER BECAME A WRITER
The Society meets at 58 Underhill Road, Dulwich
Mrs Sara Hanna explains the English Heritage plaque
Lawrie Brewer, John Forester and present owner David Grindall in the garden
Lawrie Brewer, Ludwig Heuse and Dirk Scholten
John Forester in garden of 58 Underhill Road
Chairman in re-enactment of the picture in the background
John Forester in the attic at 58 Underhill Road where his father used to do his writing
John Forester in front of his father’s house at 7 Longton Avenue
Dulwich Library on Lordship Lane, frequented by the author
no Payment Deferred to be found in the Crime section
We then proceeded to our venue HQS WELLINGTON, built in 1934 as a sloop and a convoy escort throughout WWII.
HQS WELLINGTON today
Chairman Ludwig Heuse on HQS Wellington in preparation of the meeting
Commodore Angus Menzies welcoming us on board
John Roberts presents: How the British Navy of wooden sailing ships of Napoleonic times developed into the 20th Century Navy of oil fired steel ships.
The Annual General Meeting was held and the minutes can be found Archive.
“……..and a magnificent pie was revealed……..”
Sunday morning: tour of HMS Belfast
HMS BELFAST today
Guided tour by John Roberts
Lawrie in the captain’s seat on the bridge
Group picture concludes AGM 2011