TCA National Standard Bearer
Sam Cook, the TCA National Standard Bearer, is keen to hear from any organisation or association and to contact him if he can be of service at a military event.
TCA MEMBERSHIP FEES
TCA Membership Fees 2019
From January 2017 the TCA Membership fee increased from £10.00 to £15.00 as agreed by a large majority at the AGM.
We are sure you will agree that this is still very good value for money. The increase has been brought about in the main due to escalating postage costs.
Up-dated Membership Application and Standing Order Mandate forms are now available for viewing and printing. Both are under the "Membership Application" link on the Home page.
Would all members who pay by Standing Order Mandate please contact their bank and update the amount now before you forget. Would those members who don't pay by Standing Order please consider doing so. It saves our Membership Secretary a lot of hassle.
A book about the life of a WWII Minesweeping Veteran has been privately published that may be of interest to all. To learn more click here On the road to Normandy & a little beyond - A Sailors Life Story
The Secret Naval Investigator
Most Ton Class Association members have experience or knowledge of underwater weapons to some degree or other. A brilliant new book has just been published by 'Front Line Books' telling of the work carried out during WWII to disarm mines. A lot of the content will rig a bell with those who served on the early Minesweeping Tons. If interested in purchasing a copy contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org for possible discount. To see the review
Do you, or an oppo, suffer with "Parkinsons"
Did you use Trichloroethylene (TCE) during your time in the RN ? Click here to read more.
HMS FITTLETON 40 Years On
The 40th Anniversary of the loss of HMS FITTLETON and twelve of her ships company was commemorated by services held at All Saints Church in the village of Fittleton, Wiltshire, on 18th September at 1500 and aboard HMS PRESIDENT on 20th September 2016 at 1930
The majority of those onboard were Reservists from London Division, although there were others from Sussex Division and the Regular RN.