Spitfire Memorial

A memorial has been unveiled to a pilot, who’s remains were recovered 75 years after his Spitfire crashed into the fens.
Last year, archaeologists recovered the remains of Flight Officer Harold Penketh still in his plane, which crashed in 1940. The land is now being restored as part of the Great Fen Project. At a memorial service his cousins – who were traced after a television appeal, paid tribute to the families of other servicemen who didn’t return home.
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