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    The National Memorial to the Few at Doncaster







It is going to be built on land adjacent to the South Yorkshire Air Museum on the site of the former RAF Doncaster.

The Memorial will provide a northern focus for remembrance and will complement similar memorials at Capel-le-Ferne on the white cliffs of Dover and the National Memorial on the Embankment in London.

The project was first suggested by Bill Bond the founder of the Battle of Britain Historical Society and the prime mover behind the creation of the monument in London. However, he always felt that there should be a memorial in the north of the country and after detailed research he concluded that Doncaster would be an ideal location.

In 2014 a Trust led by Sir Malcolm Guthrie the son of a Battle of Britain fighter pilot, retired Air Vice Marshal Dr Alan Johnson and members of the South Yorkshire Air Museum accepted the challenge and plans for the creation of northern memorial began in earnest.

By its very nature the project will look back to the war years but its true nature will be forward looking.

It will encompass not only the granite and stained glass of the structure itself but will become the basis for education programmes and community engagement well into the future.

With support from the elected Mayor of Doncaster, Counceller Roz Jones, the local authority, local businesses and the people of the area the project is now fast becoming a reality.

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