19 June 2014
The grand unveiling of a Churchill Tank gifted to Carrickfergus Borough Council by the Ministry of Defence will form the mainstay of this year’s Carrickfergus Armed Forces Day taking place on Saturday 28 June.
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As a precursor to the event, a special talk will take place in the Civic Centre Mall at 7pm on Friday 27 June.
The grand unveiling of a Churchill Tank gifted to Carrickfergus Borough Council by the Ministry of Defence will form the mainstay of this year’s Carrickfergus Armed Forces Day taking place on Saturday 28 June. As a precursor to the event, a special talk will take place in the Civic Centre Mall at 7pm on Friday 27 June. The talk will be given by Tim Strickland, the son of Major General Eugene Strickland (known as ‘Strick’), who famously commanded the North Irish Horse regiment during the Second World War and specifically during the Battle of the Hitler Line in Italy during May 1944. This special talk will provide a fascinating insight into this battle and his father’s time also in command of the North Irish Horse regiment during its time spent in North Africa during 1943. Tim will also focus on the manoeuvres commanded by his father with specific reference to the Churchill Tank. The Churchill Tank has been refurbished with funding provided by the Heritage Lottery Fund and ably assisted by pupils from both Downshire School. It is due to be unveiled at its permanent new location of the Cenotaph at 2.00pm on the afternoon of Armed Forces Day and the North Irish Horse regiment will have its own interactive display stand beside the tank.
Light refreshments will be provided. Please book your place by contacting Visitor Information on T:028 9335 8049 or E firstname.lastname@example.org