Last year, cows started appearing all over Guildford. In Brighton it was snow dogs. In Lincoln it is Knights
Bomber Command Memorial is rarely open, as work is still ongoing. Today was one of those special days when open.
Today a very special visitor, Knight of The Skies, kitted out as aircrew in WWII Bomber Command.
Designer of Knight of the Skies Rosie Ablewhite could not be present. Had she been, I would have complimented her on her interpretation.
I will not describe, other than to mention the sword, look carefully and will see it is the Spire, look again, and will see it is the same as the wingspan of an Avro Lancaster.
The sword is covered in corten steel, same material as the Spire and the concentric Memorial Walls.
Knight of the Skies is signed by the sole surviving member of the Dambusters Raid.
Lincoln Knights’ Trail — 36 knights across Lincoln city centre — to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Battle of Lincoln and the sealing of the Charter of the Forest.
According to Professor David Carpenter:
The Battle of Lincoln, one of the most decisive in English history, meant that England would be ruled by the Angevin, not the Capetian dynasty.
St George’s Day at Bomber Command Memorial Spire
When I last visited Bomber Command Memorial Spire, it was an unpleasant cold March afternoon. Today, by pleasant…