My fundraising project, ‘Where They Served’ is a tour of 60 airfields where my father landed as a night-fighter pilot during world war two, in a car – a 1935 Singer Le Mans sports car – almost identical to one he owned then. It begins and ends in 2015, the 70th anniversary of the end of the war, running from April to October.
Its beneficiary will be the RAF Benevolent Fund, with some money also going to the RAF Charitable Trust.
I am delighted to be represented by Sharon Gilbert of Glasshouse Communications for all aspects of press and media for the tour: firstname.lastname@example.org
I am available to write articles, do presentations or give talks about my tour, and also about my father’s experiences during the war, published by Fonthill Media in August 2014 in the form of his memoirs: “Flying Blind: the Story of a Night-Fighter Pilot”, which I compiled and edited. I would be delighted to talk to you about any aspect of my progress, or of the RAF’s own history that my father’s story and my tour celebrates.
Contact me directly on 07795 324 575, or use the form below.