WW2 'dementia' pilot relives memories with Duxford visit

WW2 'dementia' pilot relives memories with Duxford visit

One of the few remaining World War Two pilots has relived memories of his time in the RAF with a trip to a museum.
Peter White, 97, who has dementia and lives in a care home in Essex, visited IWM Duxford and saw aircraft like the one he flew during bombing raids over India.
Mr White's daughter said it was "wonderful" to see how happy her father was at the museum.
He was presented with a pair of RAF centenary cufflinks.
Other veterans from Woodland Grove, in Loughton, Essex, joined him on the visit.
Mr White's daughter Sally Connell said her father had served in the RAF for five... read more

17 October 2018 in Regional, Views: 63
Source: BBC

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