Vernon Monument to benefit from new book

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Home Waters – Royal, Royal Canadian and US Navy Mine Forces Battling U-Boats in World War I
Available now to help mark the end of the First World War.  Co-author Rob Hoole will be donating all his proceeds to the Vernon Minewarfare & Diving Monument. 

The richly illustrated 428 page paperback 'Home Waters - RN, RCN and USN Mine Forces Battling U-Boats in World War I', containing a foreword by highest ever ranking RN MCDO Rear Admiral Paddy McAlpine CBE among others, is now available here from Heritage Books in the USA at a cost of $74.99 (currently about £53) including overseas P&P.
Alternatively, email Rob Hoole at rob.hoole@vernon-monument.org and he will send you a copy, inscribed if desired, on receipt of £30, including UK P&P.  He will donate £10 towards the Vernon Minewarfare & Diving Monument for each copy purchased.

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Prince Harry attended the Reception prior to Vernon Monument ‘Falklands 35’ Charity Dinner in July 2017

  Prince Harry at the Defence Diving School in October 2007

Prince Harry at the Defence Diving School in October 2007

Prince Harry attended the reception for Project Vernon, the campaign to install a monument dedicated to the heritage of HMS Vernon, at Trinity House on Wednesday 19 July 2017.  His Royal Highness is Commodore-in-Chief, Small Ships and Diving, Royal Naval Command.  The reception took place ahead of the Vernon Monument ‘Falklands 35’ Charity Dinner, which marked the 35th anniversary of the Falklands War and was be attended by a number of our Falkland veterans.