Belfast Telegraph

National Malaya and Borneo Veterans’ Association wreath laying in Lisburn [Photos]

Wreaths were laid by the Lord Lieutenant of County Antrim, the Council, the Armed Forces, the NMBVA, the RAMC Association and the Royal British Legion (Lisburn Branch). Pictures by Steven McAuley/ McAuley Multimedia
Wreaths were laid by the Lord Lieutenant of County Antrim, the Council, the Armed Forces, the NMBVA, the RAMC Association and the Royal British Legion (Lisburn Branch). Pictures by Steven McAuley/ McAuley Multimedia
REPRO FREE.. McAuley Multimedia 15/09/18.. Raymond Corbett from Lisburn Royal British Legion Branch....Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council was honoured to host the annual National Malaya and Borneo Veterans’ Association (NMBVA) wreath laying ceremony on Saturday 15th September at the Professor Pantridge statue located at Lagan Valley Island, Lisburn. This ceremony is held in the proud memory of Major Frank Pantridge and all those who served in Malaya, Singapore and Brunei during World War 2 to commemorate them for their bravery and sacrifice for their country. Frank Pantridge received the Military Cross in 1942. After he returned home Professor Pantridge was driven to succeed by his memories of his time spent serving in Japan and to honour the memory of those Malaya and Borneo soldiers who were left behind. He contributed enormously to worldwide mobile coronary care by becoming a world-renowned pioneer of the portable defibrillator. Wreaths were laid by the Lord Lieutenant of County Antrim, the Council, the Armed Forces, the NMBVA, the RAMC Association and the Royal British Legion (Lisburn Branch). PICTURE STEVEN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA
REPRO FREE.. McAuley Multimedia 15/09/18.. Col Frazer Benchley 38 Irish Brigade on behalf of the Armed Forces lays a wreath....Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council was honoured to host the annual National Malaya and Borneo Veterans’ Association (NMBVA) wreath laying ceremony on Saturday 15th September at the Professor Pantridge statue located at Lagan Valley Island, Lisburn. This ceremony is held in the proud memory of Major Frank Pantridge and all those who served in Malaya, Singapore and Brunei during World War 2 to commemorate them for their bravery and sacrifice for their country. Frank Pantridge received the Military Cross in 1942. After he returned home Professor Pantridge was driven to succeed by his memories of his time spent serving in Japan and to honour the memory of those Malaya and Borneo soldiers who were left behind. He contributed enormously to worldwide mobile coronary care by becoming a world-renowned pioneer of the portable defibrillator. Wreaths were laid by the Lord Lieutenant of County Antrim, the Council, the Armed Forces, the NMBVA, the RAMC Association and the Royal British Legion (Lisburn Branch). PICTURE STEVEN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA
REPRO FREE.. McAuley Multimedia 15/09/18.. Mayor of Lisbuen & Castlereagh Cllr Uel Mackin accompanied by Jim Rose, lays a wreath....Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council was honoured to host the annual National Malaya and Borneo Veterans’ Association (NMBVA) wreath laying ceremony on Saturday 15th September at the Professor Pantridge statue located at Lagan Valley Island, Lisburn. This ceremony is held in the proud memory of Major Frank Pantridge and all those who served in Malaya, Singapore and Brunei during World War 2 to commemorate them for their bravery and sacrifice for their country. Frank Pantridge received the Military Cross in 1942. After he returned home Professor Pantridge was driven to succeed by his memories of his time spent serving in Japan and to honour the memory of those Malaya and Borneo soldiers who were left behind. He contributed enormously to worldwide mobile coronary care by becoming a world-renowned pioneer of the portable defibrillator. Wreaths were laid by the Lord Lieutenant of County Antrim, the Council, the Armed Forces, the NMBVA, the RAMC Association and the Royal British Legion (Lisburn Branch). PICTURE STEVEN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA
REPRO FREE.. McAuley Multimedia 15/09/18.. Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council was honoured to host the annual National Malaya and Borneo Veterans’ Association (NMBVA) wreath laying ceremony on Saturday 15th September at the Professor Pantridge statue located at Lagan Valley Island, Lisburn. This ceremony is held in the proud memory of Major Frank Pantridge and all those who served in Malaya, Singapore and Brunei during World War 2 to commemorate them for their bravery and sacrifice for their country. Frank Pantridge received the Military Cross in 1942. After he returned home Professor Pantridge was driven to succeed by his memories of his time spent serving in Japan and to honour the memory of those Malaya and Borneo soldiers who were left behind. He contributed enormously to worldwide mobile coronary care by becoming a world-renowned pioneer of the portable defibrillator. Wreaths were laid by the Lord Lieutenant of County Antrim, the Council, the Armed Forces, the NMBVA, the RAMC Association and the Royal British Legion (Lisburn Branch). PICTURE STEVEN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA
REPRO FREE.. McAuley Multimedia 15/09/18.. On Parade as Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council was honoured to host the annual National Malaya and Borneo Veterans’ Association (NMBVA) wreath laying ceremony on Saturday 15th September at the Professor Pantridge statue located at Lagan Valley Island, Lisburn. This ceremony is held in the proud memory of Major Frank Pantridge and all those who served in Malaya, Singapore and Brunei during World War 2 to commemorate them for their bravery and sacrifice for their country. Frank Pantridge received the Military Cross in 1942. After he returned home Professor Pantridge was driven to succeed by his memories of his time spent serving in Japan and to honour the memory of those Malaya and Borneo soldiers who were left behind. He contributed enormously to worldwide mobile coronary care by becoming a world-renowned pioneer of the portable defibrillator. Wreaths were laid by the Lord Lieutenant of County Antrim, the Council, the Armed Forces, the NMBVA, the RAMC Association and the Royal British Legion (Lisburn Branch). PICTURE STEVEN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA
REPRO FREE.. McAuley Multimedia 15/09/18.. Mrs Joan Christie, Lord Lieutenant of County Antrim, lays a wreath....Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council was honoured to host the annual National Malaya and Borneo Veterans’ Association (NMBVA) wreath laying ceremony on Saturday 15th September at the Professor Pantridge statue located at Lagan Valley Island, Lisburn. This ceremony is held in the proud memory of Major Frank Pantridge and all those who served in Malaya, Singapore and Brunei during World War 2 to commemorate them for their bravery and sacrifice for their country. Frank Pantridge received the Military Cross in 1942. After he returned home Professor Pantridge was driven to succeed by his memories of his time spent serving in Japan and to honour the memory of those Malaya and Borneo soldiers who were left behind. He contributed enormously to worldwide mobile coronary care by becoming a world-renowned pioneer of the portable defibrillator. Wreaths were laid by the Lord Lieutenant of County Antrim, the Council, the Armed Forces, the NMBVA, the RAMC Association and the Royal British Legion (Lisburn Branch). PICTURE STEVEN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA
REPRO FREE.. McAuley Multimedia 15/09/18.. Jim Rose, Director Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council,Mayor of Lisburn & Castlereagh Cllr Uel Mackin, Lord Lieutenant for County Antrim Joan Christie, Sir Kenneth Bloomfield, Lady Bloomfield and Cadet Rebekah McFetridge as Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council was honoured to host the annual National Malaya and Borneo Veterans’ Association (NMBVA) wreath laying ceremony on Saturday 15th September at the Professor Pantridge statue located at Lagan Valley Island, Lisburn. This ceremony is held in the proud memory of Major Frank Pantridge and all those who served in Malaya, Singapore and Brunei during World War 2 to commemorate them for their bravery and sacrifice for their country. Frank Pantridge received the Military Cross in 1942. After he returned home Professor Pantridge was driven to succeed by his memories of his time spent serving in Japan and to honour the memory of those Malaya and Borneo soldiers who were left behind. He contributed enormously to worldwide mobile coronary care by becoming a world-renowned pioneer of the portable defibrillator. Wreaths were laid by the Lord Lieutenant of County Antrim, the Council, the Armed Forces, the NMBVA, the RAMC Association and the Royal British Legion (Lisburn Branch). PICTURE STEVEN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA
REPRO FREE.. McAuley Multimedia 15/09/18.. Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council was honoured to host the annual National Malaya and Borneo Veterans’ Association (NMBVA) wreath laying ceremony on Saturday 15th September at the Professor Pantridge statue located at Lagan Valley Island, Lisburn. This ceremony is held in the proud memory of Major Frank Pantridge and all those who served in Malaya, Singapore and Brunei during World War 2 to commemorate them for their bravery and sacrifice for their country. Frank Pantridge received the Military Cross in 1942. After he returned home Professor Pantridge was driven to succeed by his memories of his time spent serving in Japan and to honour the memory of those Malaya and Borneo soldiers who were left behind. He contributed enormously to worldwide mobile coronary care by becoming a world-renowned pioneer of the portable defibrillator. Wreaths were laid by the Lord Lieutenant of County Antrim, the Council, the Armed Forces, the NMBVA, the RAMC Association and the Royal British Legion (Lisburn Branch). PICTURE STEVEN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA
REPRO FREE.. McAuley Multimedia 15/09/18.. Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council was honoured to host the annual National Malaya and Borneo Veterans’ Association (NMBVA) wreath laying ceremony on Saturday 15th September at the Professor Pantridge statue located at Lagan Valley Island, Lisburn. This ceremony is held in the proud memory of Major Frank Pantridge and all those who served in Malaya, Singapore and Brunei during World War 2 to commemorate them for their bravery and sacrifice for their country. Frank Pantridge received the Military Cross in 1942. After he returned home Professor Pantridge was driven to succeed by his memories of his time spent serving in Japan and to honour the memory of those Malaya and Borneo soldiers who were left behind. He contributed enormously to worldwide mobile coronary care by becoming a world-renowned pioneer of the portable defibrillator. Wreaths were laid by the Lord Lieutenant of County Antrim, the Council, the Armed Forces, the NMBVA, the RAMC Association and the Royal British Legion (Lisburn Branch). PICTURE STEVEN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA
REPRO FREE.. McAuley Multimedia 15/09/18.. Sir Kenneth and Lady Bloomfield pictured with the Mayor of Lisburn & Castlereagh Cllr Uel Mackin as Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council was honoured to host the annual National Malaya and Borneo Veterans’ Association (NMBVA) wreath laying ceremony on Saturday 15th September at the Professor Pantridge statue located at Lagan Valley Island, Lisburn. This ceremony is held in the proud memory of Major Frank Pantridge and all those who served in Malaya, Singapore and Brunei during World War 2 to commemorate them for their bravery and sacrifice for their country. Frank Pantridge received the Military Cross in 1942. After he returned home Professor Pantridge was driven to succeed by his memories of his time spent serving in Japan and to honour the memory of those Malaya and Borneo soldiers who were left behind. He contributed enormously to worldwide mobile coronary care by becoming a world-renowned pioneer of the portable defibrillator. Wreaths were laid by the Lord Lieutenant of County Antrim, the Council, the Armed Forces, the NMBVA, the RAMC Association and the Royal British Legion (Lisburn Branch). PICTURE STEVEN MCAULEY/MCAULEY MULTIMEDIA

Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council hosted the annual National Malaya and Borneo Veterans’ Association (NMBVA) wreath laying ceremony on Saturday, September 15 at the Professor Pantridge statue located at Lagan Valley Island, Lisburn. This ceremony is held in the memory of Major Frank Pantridge and all those who served in Malaya, Singapore and Brunei during World War 2 to commemorate them for their bravery and sacrifice for their country. Frank Pantridge received the Military Cross in 1942. After he returned home Professor Pantridge was driven to succeed by his memories of his time spent serving in Japan and to honour the memory of those Malaya and Borneo soldiers who were left behind. He contributed enormously to worldwide mobile coronary care by becoming a world-renowned pioneer of the portable defibrillator. Wreaths were laid by the Lord Lieutenant of County Antrim, the Council, the Armed Forces, the NMBVA, the RAMC Association and the Royal British Legion (Lisburn Branch).

Popular

From Belfast Telegraph