Published on July 1st 2013 this new book is called 'One Small Branch in Devon', and is a collection of stories, passed on by some 60 members of the South Molton branch of the Royal British Legion, giving a personal insight into the conflicts and situations these members have survived.
Each member of the branch has written their own story with the whole book pulled together by Col Paddy King-Fretts, a well respected and successful author in his own right.
The stories are reminiscences of life in a range of the services, from World War 2 to the present day, covering many theatres of conflict on our planet.
As with all service stories there is a lighter side to life as well and these are also mirrored in the tales that have unfolded. Enjoy the read!
The publication has been supported by some notaries of the Establishment, and their comments only serve to support the members of The Royal British Legion in any way that can be achieved to increase the annual Poppy Appeal Fund annually.
This compilation of members stories is the branch’s way of aiding that annual appeal.
Available as from Monday 1st July 2013 at independent bookshops throughout North Devon as well as on
Priced at £9.99, all proceeds go to the Royal British Legion