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Welcome to the 2016 Web Site

Ken Butt is the latest to join the found list.

Some members have been found, but do not wish to partake in any future activities of the 101st Entry.

If you wish to contact any of our members it can only be done by sending your request to Bob Beaver, (our trusted keeper of the keys). He in turn will send one message to the member, and leave it up to them to contact you.

On no account will we pass on e-mail addresses without the members consent.


Members we have found lately

The hunt goes on for the missing members.

Graham has moved on from repairing aircraft to painting them, his artwork is now well known amongst aviation art fans.

Having completed a career in the Royal Air Force, he decided to take up painting and framing full time with a particular emphasis on aviation and maritime subjects.

Technically, he is ‘self-taught’ but he prefers to say that he was taught by those that he admires; most of his work is oils on canvas. He has been associated with the Guild of Aviation Artists for over 22 years and has been honoured to begin his 5th year as Chairman

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Grahams Art

Graham Cooke’s Art Work
Photos used on this site

The Next Reunion


101st Entry Reunion.

 RAF Waddington Air Show

Fairford Air Tattoo

Farnborough International

RNAS Yeovilton

RAFBF Air Show

Dawlish Air Show

Dates for your Diary

Oxford Belfry 7th, 8th and 9th April 2017


Old Haltonians

Help for Heroes

Help for Heroes web site


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If any member,  friend or relation would like to see something added to the news page please let Maurice know. He will  add anything that is related to the 101st Entry.

Battle of Britain Memorial Trust

Maintained by the Battle of Britain Memorial Trust, the site at Capel-le-Ferne is dedicated to Churchill’s famous “Few” who fought in the skies overhead to keep this country free from invasion.

The Memorial itself inspires quiet reflection on the bravery and sacrifice shown by the aircrew – fewer than 3,000 men – who flew, fought and sometimes died in probably the most crucial battle fought by this country in the whole of the 20th century

The web site                   The Photo Gallery     

Only a member of Bob Beaver’s family could fly the white ensign  At Halton

Relive the day

April 14th 1965

You Tube  video           

Old Haltonians

The Old Haltonians Social Site


The Totally Unofficial Royal Air Force Rumour Network


Although most of the photos on this site were provided by our members, some have been borrowed from various other sites, permission was granted for most of these, if we have inadvertently infringed your copyright please let John Peek-Vout know.

The Photo Gallery


Colin Bates is organizing the 2017 reunion. The location is the same as the 2015, 

The Oxford Belfry, 7th, 8th and 9th April 2017 (Friday through Sunday). Please let Colin know if you will be able to attend as he needs o confirm the numbers with the hotel later this year.  The only main difference to the last gathering is that the hotel DOES NOT allow dogs any more.