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London's Best Virtual Tours   

The U.K. Parliament has just gone into recess due to the COVID-19 outbreak'but with a click of a mouse, anyone can follow Larry the cat and take a virtual tour of his home, 10 Downing Street, as well as Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and Clarence House.

Alvin Donald "Don" Gaston   


Alvin Donald “Don” Gaston, 87, of Coffeyville, passed away on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 at Windsor Place in Coffeyville, Kansas. 


Alvin was born on July 19, 1932 in Sharon, Oklahoma to Roy Ebon and Minnie Mae (Steadman) Gaston.  He graduated from Sharon, Oklahoma High

He attended college at Salt Lake City, Utah and the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville where he received his Bachelor’s Degree. 


On December 3, 1954 he was united in marriage to Marjorie Leola Baldwin at the Baptist Church in Woodward, Oklahoma.  Following their marriage they lived in Salt Lake City, Utah, Big Spring, Texas and Enid, Oklahoma where Don was stationed with the U.S. Air Force. His wife preceded him in death on February 23, 2016. 


Don was retired U.S. Air Force, a Cattleman, and a Montgomery County Road and Bridge Supervisor.  He was a member of the Tyro Christian Church, Caney Lions Club, a big supporter of the Caney Bullpups football and basketball programs, enjoyed golfing, and loved spending time with his family and friends. 



Survivors include his children, Beverly Freeman and husband, Mike of Shawnee, Oklahoma, Jerry Gaston and wife, Beverly of Coffeyville, Kansas; grandchildren, Jeremy Gaston and wife, Amber of Independence, Kansas, Justin Gaston and wife, Megan of Independence, Kansas, Brooke McClure and husband, Clinton of Lawrence, Kansas; brother, Garland Gaston of Noble, Oklahoma; sisters, Alta Lively of Guymon, Oklahoma and Katy Osborn of Mustang, Oklahoma; six great grandchildren and one on the way. 


He was preceded in death by his parents, Roy and Minnie Gaston; loving wife, Marjorie Gaston and by his son, Terry Gaston on June 4, 2012. 


A Private Family Graveside service will be in Fawn Creek Cemetery northeast of Tyro with Military Honors conducted by Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #1022 and American Legion Post #1022.


Visitation will be on Friday, March 27th from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Tyro Christian Church in Tyro, Kansas


The family suggests memorials to the Caney Lions Club; contributions may be left with the funeral home or mailed in care of David W. Barnes Funeral Home, 306 North Cline Road, Coffeyville, KS 67337.


To leave a message for the family please visit

David W. Barnes Funeral Home of Coffeyville is in charge of arrangements.


Eulene Mae Twitchell   


Eulene Mae Twitchell, 90 of Coffeyville passed away Friday, March 20, 2020 at her home.


She was born on July 12, 1929 in Coffeyville to Charles and Stella (Brooks) Knisley. Eulene grew up and attended school in the Coffeyville, Kansas and the Nowata County, Oklahoma area, and attended Lenapah High School in Lenapah, Oklahoma.


On November 27, 1946 she married John A. Twitchell at Tyro, Kansas. Following their marriage they made their home in the Coffeyville area where they raised their children Michael, Karen, Judy and Linda.  After 56 loving years of marriage, John left this world on August 18, 2002.

In March 2007 she married John E. Jackson. They spent 3 years together until his passing on August 24, 2010. 

Eulene worked at Automotive Control in Independence for five years, and the shoe department at Wal-Mart for 13 years. She later worked at Windsor Place Assisted Living until her retirement.


She was a member of Emmanuel Chapel in South Coffeyville, Oklahoma and also attended Lewark Church of God for many years. Eulene enjoyed fishing, traveling the United States, and playing music for the residents at Windsor Place. Her greatest joy was her family and the time she spent surrounded by her children and grandchildren.


Survivors include one son, Michael Twitchell and wife, Diane of Coffeyville; three daughters, Karen Moore and husband, Robert of Wann, Oklahoma, Judy Raney and husband Walt of Liberty, Kansas and Linda Deatherage and husband, Robert of Coffeyville.  She was blessed with many grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren.


She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, John A. Twitchell and second husband  John E. Jackson; one sister Darlene Eastham, one half-brother Gary Knisley, and one granddaughter Christie Moore.


Funeral Services will be at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at the Lewark Church of God, 920 Lewark St. in Coffeyville with Pastor James Feltner and Pastor Darrin Brown officiating. Burial will be in Restlawn Memorial Park in Coffeyville.


The family will receive friends on Monday, March 23, 2020, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Lewark Church of God.


The family suggests memorials to Emmanuel Chapel, Lewark Church of God, St. Jude Children’s Hospital or Coffeyville Friends of Animals; contributions may be left with the funeral home or mailed in care of David W. Barnes Funeral Home, 306 North Cline Road, Coffeyville, KS 67337.


To leave a message for the family please visit


David W. Barnes Funeral Home of Coffeyville is in charge of arrangements.


COVID-19 concerns force shutdowns of Transit Windsor, playgrounds   

Good job that the city has taken the lead in the province in shutting down all public transit and parks in Windsor over COVID-19. Not sure why...

Maurice Greiffenhagen   




'''Maurice Greiffenhagen''' (15 December 1862 – 26 December 1931) was a British painter and Royal Academician. He illustrated books and designed posters as well as painting idyllic landscapes.

He was born in [[London]]. Exhibiting at the [[Royal Academy of Arts]] from 1884, he was made an Associate Member in 1916 and a Royal Academician in 1922. From 1906 until 1926, he taught at the [[Glasgow School of Art]].

Greiffenhagen exhibited at the first exhibition of the [[Society of Graphic Art]] in 1921.

His friendship with [[H Rider Haggard]] led to him illustrating the author's popular adventure books, starting with an edition of ''[[She: A History of Adventure]]'' in 1889 – though Greiffenhagen apparently "disliked doing black-and-white work".

He illustrated the serialisation of ''[[Ayesha (novel)|Ayesha The Return of She]]'' (1904–05) and that of ''[[The Holy Flower]]'' (1913–14) in the ''[[Windsor Magazine]]''.

He also illustrated a number of [[Edgar Wallace]]'s ''Sanders of the River'' books for the ''Windsor Magazine'': ''The Keepers of the King's Peace'' (1916–17), ''Lieutenant Bones'' (1917–18) and ''Sandi, The Kingmaker'' (1921).



Transaksi dibalik pintu   

Beberaoa toko di kawasan Windsor, Kota Batam, melarang pembeli masuk toko untuk mencegah penyebaran COVID-19. Transaksi dilakukan di balik pintu, pembeli berada diluar toko dan pelayan toko akan memberi pesanan dari balik pintu, ...



OÙ ÉTAIENT LES DRAPEAUX BRITANNIQUES ET AMÉRICAINS SUR LA SAINTE-CHAPELLE D’AIGUEPERSE ? Alors que les drapeaux britanniques et américains flottaient sur la petite ville de Windsor, Aigueperse était très nettement plus […]

L’article HARRY & MEGHAN : DIX-HUIT GENERATIONS ENTRE MONTPENSIER ET WINDSOR… est apparu en premier sur Association culturelle d'Aigueperse et ses environs (ACAE).


Rubbish dumped in front of 1 windsor road, 24th March   

Rubbish dumped
Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 17 Windsor Road, Hounslow
Report on FixMyStreet

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry relocated from Canada to Meghan's hometown Los Angeles   


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have left Canada amid the coronavirus pandemic and have moved permanently to California.

They took a private flight to the Los Angeles area before the borders between Canada and the US were shut, The Sun UK reports.

The Sussexes will set up a new home close to Hollywood, where they are currently living in lockdown with their ten-month-old son Archie.

A royal insider told the publication: "Harry and Meghan have left Canada now for good. The borders were closing and flights were stopping. They had to get out.

"But this move was planned for some time. They realised Canada would not work out for various reasons and they want to be based in the Los Angeles area.

"They have a big support network there. It’s where their new team of Hollywood agents and PRs and business managers are based. Meghan has lots of friends there and, of course, her mum Doria.

The bombshell move — dubbed Megxit 2 — has reportedly "stunned and horrified" members of the Royal Family who believed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would consider returning to Britain to help their relatives after Prince Harry's father, Prince Charles tested positive for COVID-19.

This came as US entertainment giant Disney pushed ahead with the release of a charity film about elephants, for which Meghan provides the voiceover.

The deal is believed to have been done after Harry cornered the company’s boss Bob Iger at the premiere of The Lion King in London last year.

The royal insider said the arrangement is another indication of where the couple see their priorities going forward.

The royal insider explained: "For Meghan, this type of work is going to be coming out of Hollywood going forward.

"She feels comfortable there around her people and has projects already planned like her children’s book."

Royal courtiers believe the decision to move full-time to the US makes a mockery of the couple’s earlier pledge that they chose Canada because they wanted to live in a Commonwealth country.

One said: "We are stunned and horrified. The country is going through a traumatic event at the moment. They have a beautiful cottage in Windsor where they could have based themselves.

"It’s just a stone’s throw away from where the Queen and Prince Philip are in self-isolation.

"Prince Charles and Prince Andrew are both out of action too for very different reasons.

"This was an opportunity for them to put country before their own interests. California isn’t going anywhere."


Coronaviruset sätter stopp för Note i England   

Kontraktstillverkarens fabrik i Windsor stoppar från och med i dag tillfälligt produktionen med anledning av coronaviruset.

Director of Nursing | Windsor Care Center of Sacramento   

Sacramento, California,         Department: Sacramento Job Type:  Full Time Work Shift:  Day Budget Title:  6011- Director of Nursing Posting Date: 3/26/2020 Bonus: 5,000   Overview   Windsor Ca

Queen Elizabeth spoke to Boris Johnson days before his positive diagnosis    


Queen Elizabeth has been in self-isolation at Windsor Castle in order to avoid contracting coronavirus. But the head of the British Royal Family has still been conducting her usual business -- just by ...

Calls for mayor to reverse decision on Transit Windsor suspension    


Daniel Martin relies on Windsor Transit to get around the city. He's legally blind, low-income and has limited help at home. He's one of a number of people calling on Windsor mayor Drew Dilkens to ...

Housing Accommodation Officer   

It is a very exciting time to join the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead with our service going through many changes and enhancements including being awarded 490k from MHCLG to deliver a comprehensive Rough Sleeper Path...

Coronavirus throws wrench into plans of new football coaches in Savannah   

Everything was lined up for exciting new starts for Jeb Stewart and Michael Moore as the veteran football coaches were set to begin leading the programs at Windsor Forest and Savannah High, respectively, this spring.The coaches are in their positions and ready to go — but the novel coronavirus has thrown their plans for a loop as school has been stopped until at least April 24 in an attempt to slow down the spread of the virus."It’s really thrown a wrench [...]

At Home with 'Ocean Drive' Cover Stars   

Ocean Drive cover stars share their favorite activities to do in quarantine. (Warning: cute puppy overload courtesy of Winston Windsor Barbara ahead...) Lais Ribeiro Comfort fo...

Store Manager   


Store Manager

Store ManagerLevel ManagementJob Location 21 McAllen - McAllen, TXPosition Type Full TimeEducation Level High SchoolJob Category Retail - Management
The Windsor Story: Windsor was founded in 1937 as a family owned women's fashion store in Southern California. Today, we continue to be all about dressing up by helping our girl make moments matter with on-trend fashion for special occasions, a big night out, or just everyday. We've grown from our humble beginnings to nearly 200 stores with 2,100 team members across the country, and are still expanding with more stores opening. If you are a passionate individual and you think you have what it takes to keep our legacy going, apply and join our Windsor team today!

Job Expectations and Performance Standards: Windsor expects great job performance. Job duties are to be conducted in a safe manner and with ethical work habits. This includes contributing individually and as a team member in meeting company goals and supporting our mission statement, as well as displaying a friendly, respectful and optimistic personality. In addition, associates must be responsible in complying with policies, procedures, work rules and guidelines. Meets established operational deadlines.

Job Summary:

Manages all store operations, loss prevention and makes decisions that directly affect store performance and profitability. Accountable for achieving store and company overall profitability expectations in terms of sales, shrink, payroll and expenses. Treats customers and co-workers with dignity and respect. Effectively sales directs by coaching and motivating employees to achieve personal and store sales goals. Ensures compliance is met for all company operations, policies and procedures. Controls store shrink by practicing and preventing loss. Store Manager is ultimately responsible for ensuring store is adequately well staffed and trained at all times.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Applies and coaches others on 4 Step Selling Techniques

  • Achieves Personal Sales Goals of Black Dot/Gold Star Performance

    • Achieves Company KPI Goals and Expectations

      • Follows Loss Prevention Procedures and controls shrink and expenses

      • Cleans and maintains good housekeeping

      • Adheres to Company Dress Code Policy

        • Delegates daily operational duties

        • Conducting training and recruiting and staffing

        • Enforces and follows all company policies, procedures, guidelines and programs

        • Ensures work environment is safe and clean at all times

        • Maintains Company Visual Standards

        • Makes deposits and holds keys

        • Protects company assets

        • Effectively develops and reviews employees

        • Holds employees equally accountable and offers constructive performance feedback

        • Any other duties as may be assigned by management

          Adheres to Mission Statement Values:

          • Works hard and has fun as a team player

          • Integrity (mandatory)

          • Need to improve all the time

          • Does more with less and creates value

          • Smiles and listens. Makes guests happy

          • Organized and plans in ridiculous detail

          • Respects our caring and loyal family


            • Minimum 1 year Retail Management experience or 6 months at Windsor working at a store

            • Proven leadership experience, ability to develop and motivate a team of up to 25 employees

            • Able to resolve issues as they arise with customers and associates

            • Communicates well and effectively in a one on one setting and in a group setting

              Physical/Environmental Demands:

              Frequently stands, walks, observes, communicates and reads. Regularly moves and pushes. Counts and writes to accurately complete documentation. Must be able to: access all areas of the store including selling floor, stock area and register area, operate and use all equipment necessary to run the store, climb ladders, move or handle merchandise throughout the store (generally weighing from 0-25 pounds) and work varied hours/days to oversee store operations. Environment is fast paced and indoor temperature conditions vary.

              *Job descriptions are merely a summary of the position. Duties and responsibilities are subject to change and may include any other that management finds necessary to successfully maintain store operations.

Notice of Intention to Restore Companies to the Companies Register   


Section 328 of the Companies Act 1993

Take notice that I propose to restore the following companies to the Register on the application of the persons named below.

I am satisfied that these companies were at the time of removal either carrying on business and there is a proper reason for them to continue in existence or were party to legal proceedings, or were in receivership/liquidation, or the grounds for removal did not exist:

10 CANARIES LIMITED. Applicant: Elevation Chartered Accountants Limited, PO Box 15583, Tauranga 3144.

ARAREWA STATION LIMITED. Applicant: Jonathon Lindsay Spencer, 63 Francis Street, Grey Lynn, Auckland 1021.

B D S PROPERTY CONSULTANTS LIMITED. Applicant: Andrea Edwards (Inland Revenue), PO Box 2198, Wellington 6140.

BLT 033 LIMITED. Applicant: Frederick William Baker (Baker Law and Conveyancing Ltd), Private Bag 65902, Mairangi Bay, Auckland 0754.

EDMONDS TRUSTEE SERVICES LIMITED. Applicant: Danielle Louise Thomson (Malley & Co), PO Box 1202, Christchurch 8140.

EL GIBOR LIMITED. Applicant: Mark Gerard Beehre (Smart Accounting Solutions Limited), 46 Buddle Road, Trentham, Upper Hutt 5018.

EMERALD CONSULTING SERVICES LIMITED. Applicant: Robert John Horner, 27a Tawa Road, Te Atatu Peninsula, Auckland 0610.

EZURE TRUST LIMITED. Applicant: Kylee Roslynne Denise Jacobsen (Jacobsen & Co), PO Box 501, Te Awamutu 3840.

FARM PRODUCE LIMITED. Applicant: Amardeep Singh (Clearwater Accountants Ltd), PO Box 75165, Manurewa, Auckland 2243.

FERNGLEN TRUSTEE LIMITED. Applicant: Craig Boyes (Kilbirnie Family Law), PO Box 14321, Kilbirnie, Wellington 6241.

FUTURES 2018 PTY LIMITED. Applicant: Philip Fleming (Armstrong Fleming Ltd), PO Box 190, Waitara 4346.

GAH INVESTMENTS LIMITED. Applicant: Kaye-maree Burge (Fusion Tax Limited), PO Box 12599, Thorndon, Wellington 6144.

HADLEY CHASE AND DAUGHTER LIMITED. Applicant: Karen Carroll (Treadwell Gordon), PO Box 4084, Wanganui 4541.

INTERNATIONAL TRADING LIMITED. Applicant: Joseph Bowles, 91 Normanby Road, RD 1, Papakura 2580.

JUBILEE TRUSTEE COMPANY LIMITED. Applicant: Erin Mogford (Sainsbury Logan & Williams), PO Box 41, Napier 4140.

RHMK TRUSTEE LIMITED. Applicant: Annie Phoebe Liang, Level 6, Viaduct Harbour Avenue, Auckland 1010.

MAKINO DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED. Applicant: Karen Carroll (Treadwell Gordon), PO Box 4084, Wanganui 4541.

MAOTA HOLDINGS LIMITED. Applicant: Mark Joblin (Gault Mitchell Law), PO Box 645, Wellington 6140.

METALSPRAY SOLUTIONS LIMITED. Applicant: Mark Alastair Falloon, 10 Courtfield Close, Parklands, Christchurch 8083.

MORTGAGE RISK LIMITED. Applicant: Staircase Accounting (Staircase Accounting Ltd), PO Box 1790, Shortland Street, Auckland 1140.

MURTON TAVAI FUTURES TRUSTEE LIMITED. Applicant: Dallas Barry Murton (Upper Harbour Law Centre), 327 Hobsonville Road, Hobsonville, Auckland 0618.

NS BUILDING CO LIMITED. Applicant: Shaun Corbett (Sidekick Auckland North Limited), Level 1, 445 Lake Road, Takapuna, Auckland 0622.

ONEABOVE LIMITED. Applicant: Sophie Short (Rightway Limited), PO Box 110, Martinborough 5741.

PACIFIC GOLD PROPERTIES LIMITED. Applicant: Natasha Richards, 16 Dotterel Green, Jindalee, Western Australia 6036, Australia.

PHOENIX AUDIO LIMITED. Applicant: Mark Robin Barratt-Boyes, E-centre, Oaklands Road, Massey University, Auckland 0745.

PHOENIX HOUSING OTAGO LIMITED. Applicant: Todd Craig Whitcombe (O’Neill Devereux), PO Box 909, Dunedin 9054.

R M TIMBERWORKS LIMITED. Applicant: Robert Pat Mansell, 23 Windsor Street, Springfield, Rotorua 3015.

SUN OCK LIMITED. Applicant: David Norman Jury (David Jury Barrister and Solicitor), PO Box 21824, Henderson, Auckland 0650.

TOMARATA SERVICES LIMITED. Applicant: Andrew Peter Cashmore, 26 Dedwood Terrace, Saint Marys Bay, Auckland 1011.

TYLER YE TRUSTEE LIMITED. Applicant: Fan Ye, 28 Reynella Drive, Massey, Auckland 0614.

WHAREPU-TITO WHANAU TRUSTEE LIMITED. Applicant: Sandra Rose Tito-Evans, 93 Trafalgar Street, Onehunga, Auckland 0162.

YIDONG TRUSTEE LIMITED. Applicant: Yun niu, 23 Korihi Drive, Swanson, Auckland 0614.

Any person who wishes to object must do so by 28 April 2020, being not less than 20 working days from the date of this notice.

Dated this 26th day of March 2020.

ROSS van der SCHYFF, Registrar of Companies.

You can object by sending an email to



Bankruptcy Auction
Live Off-Site Auction
Begins: Thursday, May 21, 2020 at 11:00 AM EDT

Location: Maltz Auctions, Central Islip, NY, US, 11722

Magnificent Boardwalk Location

Bankruptcy Auction - United States Bankruptcy Court Eastern District of New York

In Re: Ivan Mikolaenko  Case # 20-40327-nhl

2 BR Ocean View Co-Op 


Magnificent Boardwalk Location




  • 25 Neptune Boulevard, Unit 6T, Long Beach, Nassau County, NY 11561
  • Located within Neptune Towers Oceanfront Community
  • Large Terrace with Beach & Ocean Views
  • 1,200 Sq Ft (Appx)
  • 2 Bedrooms (Master with En-suite Bath)
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Updated Kitchen
  •     Stainless Steel Appliances
  •     Granite Countertops
  •     New Cabinets
  • Building Entrance Located Directly Next to Boardwalk/Beach Access
  • 1 Mile to LIRR Long Beach Station (50 Minutes to Penn Station)
  • 1 Mile to Lido Beach Public Golf Course
  • 12 Miles to JFK Airport
  • Building Amenities/Features:
  • Digital Doorman
  • Pavilion Area with Large In-Ground Swimming Pool, Gazebos, Lounge Chairs and BBQs
  • Sky Club Community Room (Top Floor with Ocean & Beach Views)
  • Garage ($90/Month)
  • Storage Room (Included & Available)
  • Bike Room
  • Fitness Center
  • Laundry on Each Floor
  • Additional Information:
  • Monthly Maintenance Fees: Coming Soon
  • Percent Tax Deductible: Coming Soon
  • Delivered Vacant at Closing


Viewings: TBA.

Auction Date & Time: Thursday, May 21, 2020 at 11:00 am.  Registration begins at 9:30 am.

Auction Location: Maltz Auction Gallery, 39 Windsor Place, Central Islip, NY 11722.  Online bidding available with registration at least 48 business hours prior to the auction.

Terms & Conditions of Sale: Property will be sold free and clear of all monetary liens.  In order to register to bid, all prospective bidders must present a cashier’s check in the amount of $35,000 made payable to “Robert J. Musso , as Chapter 7 Trustee”.  Please download the complete Terms and Conditions of Sale. 

Buyer’s Premium:  A five (5%) percent Buyer’s Premium will be added to the Successful Bidder’s high bid to determine the contract price to be paid by the Successful Bidder.

Robert J. Musso, Chapter 7 Trustee
Rosenberg Musso & Weiner LLP, Attorneys for the Chapter 7 Trustee
Richard B. Maltz, Auctioneer DCA# 1240836
David A. Constantino, Auctioneer DCA# 1424944
 Richard B. Maltz, Licensed Real Estate Broker
Phone (516) 349-7022  Fax (516) 349-0105

The Asset is being sold “AS IS” “WHERE IS”“WITH ALL FAULTS”, without any representations, covenants, guarantees or warranties of any kind or nature, and free and clear of any liens, claims, or encumbrances of whatever kind or nature, with such liens, if any, to attach to the proceeds of sale in such order and priority as they existed immediately prior to the Closing, and the sale of the Asset is subject to, among other things (a) any state of facts that an accurate survey may show; (b) any covenants, restrictions and easements of record; (c) any state of facts a physical inspection may show; (d) any building or zoning ordinances or other applicable municipal regulations and violations thereof; and (e) environmental conditions. By delivering their respective Deposits, all Bidders acknowledge that they have had the opportunity to review and inspect the Asset, the state of title thereof and laws, rules and regulations applicable thereto, and will rely solely thereon and on their own independent investigations and inspections of the Asset in making their bids. Neither Maltz, the Trustee nor any of their collective representatives makes any representations or warrantees with respect to the permissible uses of the Real Property including, but not limited to, the zoning of the Asset.  All Bidders acknowledge that they have conducted their own due diligence in connection with the Asset and are not relying on any information provided by Maltz, the Trustee, or their professionals.  The Asset will be sold subject to any and all violations or conditions requiring corrective action.  The information contained herein was derived from sources deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed.  Most of the information provided has been obtained from third party sources and has not been independently verified.  It is the responsibility of the Buyer to determine the accuracy of all components of the sale and Asset.  Each potential bidder is responsible for conducting his or her own independent inspections, investigations, inquiries, and due diligence concerning the Asset, including without limitation, environmental and physical condition of the Asset.  All prospective bidders are urged to conduct their own due diligence prior to participating in the Public Auction.  Bid rigging is illegal and suspected violations will be reported to the Department of Justice for investigation and prosecution.

Click here for more information.


Developmental Editor   

The Windsor Story:Beauty is eternal.--It is captured in the way you feel and in the way you look.--It is timeless.--Every generation needs to feel beautiful.--Some things don't change. Some things should not change.Helping women feel beautiful has been our mission since we first opened our doors in 1937.--The fashions have changed but the Windsor dream has not.--Icons come and go - from Jacqueline Kennedy, to Princess Diana to the red carpet of today.--Throughout it all Windsor has made beauty accessible to all women, not just the celebrities.From the beginning, Windsor has been owned and operated by generations of the Zekaria family.--Their caring vision of shared beauty affects everything we do.--Women come to Windsor to find that perfect look that makes them feel beautiful and we have been there for them for all of life's important moments - your first kiss at the dance, graduation, the big interview and the wedding party.--Lives have been changed, and the memories will live forever.Windsor continues to bring that Oasis experience to you in over 200 stores and through our online shop.--Some things should never change.Job Summary: We are looking for a Backend Engineer who will be responsible for the development of microservices to support middleware integrations.--This role will work closely with the frontend engineer and 3rd party partners to design solutions.--This role will be responsible for Integrating customer facing platforms with back office systems and providing ongoing support for those systems.Responsibilities:?--------------Manage and develop microservices?--------------Develop server-side web application logic?--------------Build reusable code and libraries for future use?--------------Define the architecture for services?--------------Optimize application for maximum speed and scalability?--------------Implement monitoring and reporting for services?--------------Collaborate with other team members and stakeholders?--------------Implementation of security and data protection?--------Management of hosting environment, including database administration and scaling an application to support load changes?--------Data migration, transformation, and scripting?--------Setup and administration of backups?--------Outputting data in different formats?--------Implementing automated testing platforms and unit testsSkills:?--------------Proficient understanding of server-side scripting including Node.js, Typescript and Jest?--------------Proficient understanding of SOAP and REST services?--------------Experience creating database schemas that represent and support business processes using MySQL?--------------Proficient understanding of Kubernetes and Google Cloud or AWS?--------------Proficient understanding of code versioning tools, such as Git?--------------Understanding differences between multiple delivery platforms such as mobile vs desktop, and optimizing output to match the specific platform?--------------Understanding of "session management" in a distributed server environment?--------------User authentication and authorization between multiple systems, servers, and environments?--------------Experience designing and building CI/CD pipelines?--------------Experience managing the design, documentation, testing and deployment of APIs using Swagger ?--------------Strong communication, interpersonal, analytical and problem-solving skills?--------------Proficient with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Jira, Confluence?--------------Experience with Scrum/Agile software development methodology?--------------3+ years' experience as a Backend developer in an e-commerce environment required.?--------------College degree required

Director of Nursing | Windsor Care Center of Sacramento   

Sacramento, California,         Department: Sacramento Job Type:  Full Time Work Shift:  Day Budget Title:  6011- Director of Nursing Posting Date: 3/26/2020 Bonus: 5,000   Overview   Windsor Ca

Public News   


   If you are a REGISTERED member of the East Kent Branch Grenadier Guards Association, please also log into the "Branch Members Login" area of this website and see the messages intended for registered member’s eyes only. 

The following are for general awareness of all visitors to our website:

Message received PM on 23 March 2020

It has just been announced that the seating stands will not be erected on Horse Guards Parade this year. The arrangements for the Queen’s Birthday Parade have not been announced, but we are aware that London and Windsor based troops will be part of the MOD's corona virus force.

Beating Retreat will not take place. Monies paid for any tickets will be refunded through the online agency.

Nominations of guests to 2020 Buckingham Palace Garden Parties will be held over until 2021 and re-submitted.

The ones amongst you have sent Sgt Haughton a Cheque at RHQ, they will now be destroyed, not posted back.

Any Questions please Email Sgt Haughton on and he will do his utmost to get you an answer.

Message posted: 30 August 2019

Gill Connolly, Luke and Natasha wish to inform all those concerned that Joe's funeral will take place at 2pm (1400 hrs) on Thursday 26 September 2019. 

The service will be held at Woking crematorium (The Crematorium, Hermitage Road, Woking, Surrey GU21 8TJ) and afterwards at Knaphill Working Men's Club (2 Highclere Road, Knaphill, Surrey GU21 2PN). 

Can those wishing to attend please confirm their attendance with Luke Connolly ( ((NB: EMAIL ADDRESS AMMENDED)) to allow for catering requirements? 

Alternatively, provide attendance confirmation direct onto Joe Connolly's Facebook page ( 

The family request no flowers to be sent, but donations to Help for Heroes will be taken at the venue; should you wish to donate. 

For those not attending on 26 September 2019, but who would like to leave a donation to Help for Heroes, in Joe's memory, please visit to make an online donation. Once at that link, please ensure you tick the box marked "Are you donating in memory of someone?" and then enter the name, Joe Connolly, where it says "Please tell us who you are donating in memory of".

If you wish to send a condolence card, or message to Gill, Luke and Natasha, then please email and this will provide the postal address to send to. 


Message posted: 28 August 2019

Den and Dave Barrett have asked us to assist with getting the following message passed to as many Grenadiers as possible and is sent on behalf of the Connolly family:

"It is with deep sadness that we have to inform you that Joe Connolly passed away early hours Sunday morning (25 August 2019).  Words cannot explain how we are feeling.  All I can say is that he went peacefully in his sleep.  I will let everyone know funeral arrangements once I know myself.  Thank you, Gill and Luke Connolly"

Joe Connolly


Message posted: 20 February 2019

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) have launched (as of 18th February 2019) a new Veterans' ID card which will enable public and charitable sector services to instantly recognise the service of a Veteran. This card will provide proof that a Veteran has served in HM Armed Forces in line with the Government definition of a Veteran - which is one day’s service.

Currently, there is no way for existing Veterans to easily prove the fact that they have served and the administrative burden on providers when verifying that a person is a Veteran can be considerable, both in time and cost. This card will allow you to confidentially verify that someone has served in the Armed Forces.

However, this card will not be held by all Veterans as it is being rolled out in tranches

> Phase 1: To all Service Leavers only, as part of the discharge process with effect from 18th February 2019, and retrospectively to those who left on or after 17 December 2018

> Phase 2: Applications from the wider Veteran Community will be encouraged once the process has been agreed. Information on how to apply will be made available closer to the time - before the end of 2019

Some genuine Veterans in need may not have the capacity to apply for one.

Therefore, please do not take the absence of a Veterans' ID card as proof that a person is not a Veteran. Instead continue to use your existing processes to verify their Veteran status (click here for the related article regarding applying for service records)

Veterans should contact the Veterans' UK Helpline number for further relevant information. Their details are below.

Telephone: 0808 1914 218


Website – 


Message posted: 14 February 2019

RHQ have received numerous requests to check service records for service history.  This is to advise of the process for ex-service personnel record requests.

The Archive Department, at RHQ, only now has a record (register) of service numbers and names to confirm an individual was a Grenadier, which the Association SNCCCO can use to check on an as-and-when basis.  However, the process for reviewing service records is now as follows:

All Records of Service (including Officers) have been transferred to the Ministry of Defence and RHQ are no longer able to answer any queries about individuals who have served in the Regiment.

 Please send your enquiry to Army Disclosures, Army Personnel Centre, Kentigern House, 65 Brown Street, Glasgow G2 8EX or visit:

If you have any questions, please telephone the Army Personnel Centre helpdesk on 0345 600 9663.

Individuals – or their attorney’s/next of kin’s – should complete the relevant forms in order to obtain the information required, which can then be disclosed to them for the relevant purposes.

The same process should be followed if Branches need to obtain information for specific purposes (e.g. welfare cases), albeit through an internal request system via the Association SNCO.




Grenadiers Reunited Newsletter
Jim White (ex-signals Warrant Officer) sends a weekly newsletter to over 1,300 Grenadiers all over the world. Recipients are from all battalions and from the 1940's to the present day. If you are not on Jim's list and would like a copy of the newsletter (FREE AND WITH NO CATCH) then email him at

We Were Brothers in Arms - Frank Clark

We Were Brothers in Arms is an attempt to understand the experience of battle during WW2 through the personal experiences of the ordinary soldier.

Frank Clark has gathered together the amazing stories of British soldiers during the eleven months of frenzied warfare that followed D-Day, and combined them into this fascinating volume. As a veteran himself (serving in WW2, Korea, Malaya, Cyprus, Northern Ireland and during the Cold War), Frank is well versed in the adrenalin of battle, and here he brings together the tales of a wide cross section of fighting men on the front line. There are stories from the infantry, the assault troops who stormed the Normandy beaches and forced bridgeheads. The dashing reconnaissance men in their thin-skinned, tanks sending back vital radio reports; the parachutists, dropping behind enemy lines to fight, the sappers building bridges and clearing minefields under fire; the gunners, bringing down fast, furious and accurate barrages; the signallers, patching up communication links; the non-combatant stretcher-bearers, the doctors tending the wounded, the support services bringing up food and ammunition. This book tells their story of war, and reminds us why their sacrifice should never be forgotten.

We Are Btrothers In Arms

We Were Brothers in Arms is a compelling account of the last months of war told through eye witness accounts, some never before published.

Frank has met all publishing costs, so by ordering though the East Kent Branch, RHQ or via the author (Frank Clark) will ensure that the full cost of the book is donated to The Colonel’s Fund Grenadier Guards (registered charity no. 1062257). Ordering via Amazon or the publisher of the book will mean only the profit going to the charity.

The 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards returned from Afghanistan at the end of October 2012 after a grueling but highly successful operational tour. Sadly, 5 Grenadiers were killed in action and there were 46 battle casualties, of which 11 were amputees. A Victoria Cross was won but sadly posthumously. Such a grim toll shows only too clearly that the task of helping our Grenadiers is sadly only just beginning and we will need to continue to raise funds into the future. Your purchase of Frank's book will help raise much needed funds.

To order a copy, please make contact with the East Kent Branch (via our Contact page) and we will provide detail on how to order.

Product details

·     Paperback: 400 pages

 ·     First Published: 1 December 2013

 ·     Language: English

 ·     ISBN-10: 1783061863

 ·     ISBN-13: 978-1783061860

 ·     Product Dimensions: 23.2 x 15.6 x 3.2 cm

 ·     Cost for Paperback (unsigned): £16.99 + P&P

·     Cost for Paperback (signed by the author): £20 + £2.80 P&P (sent by the author)


The Killing Zone

 The latest book to be published by Lieutenant Colonel (Retd) RM Dorney MBE (one of our Vice Presidents) is available for purchase on the Amazon website.

The Killing Zone

It should also be available in all good bookshops and many supermarkets.

All profits from the sale of 'The Killing Zone' will be donated to The Colonels Fund Grenadier Guards and combat stress charities.

The Killing Zone is a detailed and personal account, from ground level of the 1st Battalion, Grenadier Guards last tour of duty in Helmand province.

To go to the Amazon purchase page CLICK HERE.

Available in paperback and in Kindle versions. Please also tell your friends and family about the book and help make this a best seller.


Operations in Afghanistan: Household Division Fatalities   

The East Kent Branch honour and respect the dedicated service and sacrifice of all service personnel who have served on Operation HERRICK.
We mourn the deaths of all service personnel who have died while serving in Afghanistan since the start of operations in October 2001. A full list of names of the dead can be found on the Ministry of Defence website - CLICK HERE.
The Ministry of Defence also publishes casualty figures for Operation HERRICK. These figures are updated monthly, two weeks in arrears. To see that detail, CLICK HERE.

Household Division Fatalities

This page records the names of those members of the Household Division who sadly find themselves upon those lists:

Lance Corporal Duane Groom of The Queen's Company, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards who was killed in action on Friday 14 September 2012 when his vehicle struck an Improvised Explosive Device in the Nahr-e Saraj district of Helmand Province.

Guardsman Karl Whittle of The Queen's Company, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards who died in Queen Elizabeth Hospital on 7 September 2012 having sustained gunshot wounds when his checkpoint was attacked by insurgents in the Nahr-e Saraj District of Helmand Province on 14 August 2012.

Guardsman Jamie Shadrake of the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards who died of gunshot wounds on Friday 17 August 2012 when his checkpoint was attacked by insurgents in the Nahr-e Saraj District of Helmand province.

Guardsman Craig Andrew Roderick and Guardsman Apete Saunikalou Ratumaiyale Tuisovurua of the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, who along with Warrant Officer Class 2 Leonard Perran Thomas of the Royal Corps of Signals, were killed on Sunday 1 July 2012 in a small arms fire incident at Checkpoint Kamparack Pul in the Nahr-e Saraj district of Helmand province.

Lance Corporal James Thomas Duane Ashworth from the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards was killed in Afghanistan on Wednesday, 13 June 2012. He was the 14th Grenadier Guardsman to have been awarded the Victoria Cross.

Lance Corporal Lee Thomas Davies, 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, who along with Corporal Brent John McCarthy, Royal Air Force, was killed by small arms fire while deployed as part of a Police Advisory Team to attend a meeting at the local Afghan Uniform Police headquarters near Patrol Base Attal in the Lashkar Gah district of Helmand province on Saturday, 12 May 2012.

Guardsman Michael Roland, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, was fatally wounded during an exchange of small arms fire whilst deployed with his company on a three-day operation to disrupt insurgent activity in a contested area in the north of Nahr-e Saraj district on Friday, 27 April 2012.

Colour Sergeant Alan Cameron (Senior) from 1st Battalion Scots Guards died on 31 March 2011 as a result of wounds he received in Afghanistan on Wednesday, 13 April 2010.

Major Matthew James Collins and Lance Sergeant Mark Terence Burgan from 1st Battalion Irish Guards were killed by an improvised explosive device after returning from an operation in support of an Afghan National Army Company alongside C Company of the Danish Battle Group to disrupt insurgent activity and search compounds of interest in the Nahr-e Saraj District of Helmand Province in Afghanistan on Wednesday, 23 March 2011.

Guardsman Christopher Davies, from the 1st Battalion Irish Guards, serving with Combined Force Nahr-e Saraj (North), was killed when he was hit by small arms fire while conducting a patrol in Nahr-e Saraj (North), Helmand province, on Wednesday, 17 November 2010.

Lance Sergeant Dale Alanzo McCallum of 1st Battalion Scots Guards, serving as part of Combined Force Lashkar Gah, was killed by small arms fire in the Lashkar Gah district of Helmand province on Sunday, 1 August 2010.

Lance Corporal Stephen Daniel Monkhouse from 1st Battalion Scots Guards, who along with Corporal Matthew James Stenton from The Royal Dragoon Guards, was killed by small arms fire, north of Lashkar Gah Afghanistan, on Wednesday, 21 July 2010.

Guardsman Michael Sweeney from 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards was killed as a result of an explosion that happened in the Babaji district of central Helmand province on Thursday, 1 April 2010.

Lance Corporal of Horse Jonathan Woodgate from the Household Cavalry Regiment, serving as part of the Brigade Reconnaissance Force, was killed by a grenade attack on the afternoon of Friday, 26 March 2010.

Lance Sergeant David 'Davey' Walker, of 1st Battalion Scots Guards, was killed as a result of enemy fire in northern Nad' Ali on 18 February 2010.

Lieutenant Douglas Dalzell, of 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, was killed as a result of an explosion during Operation MOSHTARAK in the Babaji area of Nahr-e-Saraj in central Helmand on Thursday, 18 February 2010.

Lance Sergeant Dave Greenhalgh, from 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, was killed when his vehicle was struck by an improvised explosive device, near Lashkar Gah, Helmand province, on Saturday, 13 February 2010.

Lance Corporal Darren Hicks from 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards was killed as a result of an explosion in the Babaji district of central Helmand province, Afghanistan on Thursday, 11 February 2010.

Acting Sergeant John Paxton Amer of 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards died from wounds sustained as a result of an explosion that happened in the Babaji area of central Helmand province on 30 November 2009.

Warrant Officer Class 1 Darren Chant, Sergeant Matthew Telford and Guardsman James Major, all of the 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, along with Acting Corporal Steven Boote and Corporal Nicholas Webster-Smith, both of the Royal Military Police were killed as a result of gunshot wounds sustained in an attack at a police checkpoint in the Nad e-Ali district of Helmand province on Tuesday, 3 November 2009.

Lance Corporal James Hill of 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards was killed as a result of an explosion near Camp Bastion in Helmand Province on Thursday, 8 October 2009.

Guardsman Jamie Janes, of the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, was killed as a result of an explosion that happened whilst on a foot patrol near to Nad e-Ali district centre in central Helmand province on Monday, 5 October 2009.

Guardsman Christopher King, of 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, was killed following an improvised explosive device explosion in the Nad e-Ali district, Helmand province, on 22 July 2009.

Lance Corporal Dane Elson from the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards was killed in Afghanistan on 5 July 2009.

Lieutenant Colonel Rupert Thorneloe MBE, Commanding Officer of the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, who along with Trooper Joshua Hammond of the 2nd Royal Tank Regiment was killed by an explosion whilst on convoy along the Shamalan Canal, near Lashkar Gah, in Helmand province, Afghanistan, on Wednesday, 1 July 2009.

Major Sean Birchall, from the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, was killed in by an explosion whilst on patrol in Basharan, near Lashkar Gah, in Helmand province, Afghanistan on 19 June 2009.

Lieutenant Mark Lawrence Evison of 1st Battalion Welsh Guards died of wounds sustained in Afghanistan at Selly Oak Hospital in Birmingham on 12 May 2009.

Lance Sergeant Tobie Fasfous from 1st Battalion Welsh Guards was killed in Afghanistan on 28 April 2009.

Trooper James Munday, from D Squadron, the Household Cavalry Regiment (HCR), was killed in southern Afghanistan on 15 October 2008.

Trooper Ratu Sakeasi Babakobau of the Household Cavalry Regiment was killed in Helmand, Afghanistan, on 2 May 2008.

Guardsman David Atherton from the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards was killed in southern Afghanistan on Thursday, 26 July 2007.

Guardsman Daryl Hickey from the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards was killed in southern Afghanistan on Thursday, 12 July 2007. Gdsm Hickey was part of a fire team providing covering fire as others in his platoon assaulted a Taliban position.

Guardsman Neil 'Tony' Downes was killed on Saturday, 9 June 2007 when his vehicle was hit by an explosion on a patrol with the Afghan National Army close to the town of Sangin in Helmand province, Afghanistan.

Guardsman Daniel Probyn from 1st Battalion the Grenadier Guards died on Saturday, 26 May 2007 following an overnight operation in Garmsir, southern Afghanistan.

Guardsman Simon Davison, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards was killed by small arms fire in the town of Garmsir on Thursday, 3 May 2007.

Lance Corporal Sean Tansey from The Life Guards was killed in an accident at a UK military base in Northern Helmand province on the afternoon of Saturday, 12 August 2006.

Second Lieutenant Ralph Johnson, who along with Captain Alex Eida and Lance Corporal Ross Nicholls was killed following an incident involving insurgent forces in northern Helmand Province on the morning of Tuesday, 1 August 2006.


The Branch   


We were formed in 1948 in order to continue the comradeship formed during the War Years.

Our original title was "The Dover Sub Branch", but we were re-titled the East Kent Branch in 1969. Between 1948 and 1977 the Branch was financed by the Regiment, but since 1977 the Branch has been financially independent and holds charitable status.

The Branch was the inspiration of Mr AJ Pullen who was a member of the "Old Kent Branch" which met in Maidstone. He was our first Branch Secretary and Treasurer - a post he held for 25 years. Our first Chairman was Lieutenant Colonel Hanning.

The East Kent Branch continues to keep alive the comradeship formed in military service and provide welfare for our old and needy ex-servicemen and widows.

We extend a warm welcome to all former Grenadiers as well as all former Guardsmen and Troopers of the Household Division who have passed through training at Caterham, Pirbright, Windsor, or other Guards Training establishments in the U.K.

Membership of our Branch includes ex-servicemen from all Regiments of the Household Division and whether you are young, or not so young, we are always pleased to welcome new members.

Invicta Grenadiers

Of all the Branches of the Grenadier Guards Association, the East Kent Branch is the ONLY Branch to have its own march dedicated to it.

The march, Invicta Grenadiers, was composed by Warrant Officer Class One Benjamin Mason (currently Bandmaster of the Band of the Adjutant General's Corp) when he was a Lance Sergeant with the Band of the Grenadier Guards.

His links with the East Kent Branch are formed from the many Branch functions he has attended, over many years, along with other musicians in the Regimental Dance Band. WO1 (Bandmaster) Mason is an Honorary Member of the East Kent Branch.


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