From a relative.
“Very grateful to the guys and gals here who arranged and renovated my Uncles war grave on top of Ben More Assynt NW Scotland. My Uncle was one of a crew of six killed when their aircraft flew into bad weather an April 1941, lost an engine and iced up, crashing into the mountain. My uncle had been married just eight weeks. His wife lost her parents and younger brother when a Germany bomb destroyed their house in 1940. Her older brother was killed in Italy in 1943. The pilot was awarded the DFC just weeks before, flying his badly damaged bomber home saving aircraft and crew. The SGT Instructor had parachuted from a blazing bomber over occupied France the year before and was helped home via Spain by the French Resistance. That’s just one reason why I wear my poppy with pride.”