Final countdown to "Brighton's secret agents" - starting at The Keep in Falmer on Frid
Earlier in 2016 The Secret WW2 Learning Network had announced its inititaive for four commemorative blue plaques to recognise the wartime work of four Brighton-born secret agents - and it's believed this was the first time an application has been made for mulitiple plaques.
Its co-founders Martyn Cox and Martyn Bell and the Trustees have since been working with several partners and funders to develop a wide-ranging programme of public events this month to include, on November 12th, the ‘grand reveal’ in a single ceremony of the four commemorative blue plaques that will later be put up in honour of - Lt Jacqueline Nearne MBE CdeG, Capt Michael Trotobas, Capt Edward Zeff MBE CdeG and Capt Ronald Taylor.
The first event wil take place at The Keep in Falmer during the aftrenoon of Friday 11th November and will include the launch of Paul McCue's specially written book -
BRIGHTON'S SECRET AGENTS