Campaign to save HMS Plymouth

Discussion in 'Postwar' started by Cpl Rootes, Jan 7, 2008.

  1. Cpl Rootes

    Cpl Rootes Senior Member

    I just got this E-mail and, although it is not WW2, thought to spread it around:

    I am a member of the South Georgia Association and involved in the campaign to save HMS Plymouth, the frigate which fought in 1982 and on which the Argentine surrender of S Georgia was signed. We plan to relocate the ship to Plymouth to open her as a tourist attraction and our plans can be found on Warship Management Ltd » Welcome .

    We are looking for messages of support for our campaign to incorporate in our business plan and already have several including one from Lord Owen and several from tourist bodies in Devon.Can supply if you wish.

    It would be great if SGA could provide such a message even if very general in terms of saving the ship given her historic significance.

    Many thanks

    Richard Holme
    01892 546546
    07801 947339

    The campaign needs all the support it can get!
  2. von Poop

    von Poop Adaministrator Admin

    More fall-out from the Birkenhead collapse...
    I can only wish them well, sounds like they're looking for serious commercial help more than anything else:
    Warship Management Ltd » What we currently need.
    so here's to them finding a nice fat sponsor.


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