This Saturday the small village of Langton Matravers in Dorset will stop to remember the Auxiliary Unit patrol that trained hard in sabotage and silent killing in the surrounding woodland.
Peter White, son of Fred White the patrol leader has worked hard to arrange a memorial plaque to the patrol. From 11:45 am this stone will be unveiled by Mrs Valerie Lane-Fox Pitt-Rivers, HM Lord-Lieutenant of Dorset.
The British Legion will be in attendance and CART will be providing a small stand in the village hall. CART’s researchers for Dorset, Devon and Coleshill will also be in attendance.
Nick Marshall from ‘Behind Enemy Lines’ will be putting on an Aux weapons display.
At least 50 people are expected at the event including a few Dorset Auxiliers from various patrols.
The event is open to all and anyone. More info can be seen here