We will be holding a small commemorative service on Sunday 24th April at the memorial site starting at 11am. (Space Makers Safestore 572 Ipswich Road Colchester CO4 9HB) This will last about 15, maybe 20 minutes. Afterwards we will cross the road and unveil the new 'Lancaster Approach' road sign which leads into the new housing development being constructed. So maybe another 5 -10 minutes there. Two of the other road signs representing the WW2 airmen's names are now also in position, these are 'Francis Gunn Close,' and 'James Mayger Chase.' WW2 RAF Bomber Command veteran Peter Potter will unveil the Lancaster Approach road sign. Our local newspaper have kindly covered this again. The photo shows a media image from 2013 before the unveiling ceremony of some of those who supported the memorial. The mention of a model plane in the article is in fact a metal silhouette of a Lancaster bomber which we've had made and we'll hopefully have permanently fixed in place before the 24th. Next week some of the people involved with the memorial and road signs will be interviewed. This recording will be aired on a radio station before Sunday 24th. Once the interview has taken place I will post further with details. I hope this is of interest to members on here.