Relatives of airman who crashed during Second World Ward to visit Germany

Two very special guests will be joining Spilsby and District Twinning Association on its trip to Bassum in Germany.
The sisters of one of the airmen whose Lancaster bomber, flying from RAF Spilsby, crashed near the town will be among the party heading out on Friday.
Anne Davies and her sister Mary Nichols, who live in the Bristol area, made contact with the association after reading about the visit on The Standard’s website.
Their father Philip Paddock was among the seven-strong crew, being one of the four who survived the crash in February 1944 and taken as a Prisoner of War.
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