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To members old and a new of HMS Yarmouth website please leave your comments here and as often as you like, there are 427 active members that get emails with news and updates for up and coming reunions. Some Members have discussions about old times, runs ashore, dits, black cats and a bit of banter on our forum at www.jacks-corner.com you are very welcome there too.

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261) Stuart Lucas  Male
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Sunday, 17 May 2015 15:02 Write a comment

Just bumped into this site while 'surfing' - concur with the '77 comments!
Still have the beer mug for the Jubilee.
LRO(G)- sparks Lucas
260) Dave  Male
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Friday, 3 April 2015 06:41 Write a comment

Just thought you may be interested in a 1982 tankard, name MD Lyall, it is on ebay
just search HMS YARMOUTH 1982 TANKARD
259) John Gardener  Male
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Tuesday, 17 March 2015 06:55 Write a comment

Does anyone else remember swapping from Rothesay to Yarmouth?
258) yorky maynard  Male
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Monday, 24 November 2014 20:19 Write a comment

Hi too any one that was on the rubber duck 74 too 77 I joined straight from training j/s sonar it seems like a hundred years ago now
bestr ships company i served with in the 22 years i did
if you remember me
drop me a line

Keith (Yorky) Fretwell Sunday, 4 January 2015 21:55
Yorky Fretwell, A/B Gunner, the duck, 73 to77. What a ships company we had, just brill. Also did my 22.Think you were down 3p mess with Bob Mawdsley's lot? How you doin york's. i am now living & working in edinburgh.
257) Fallon Durrant  Female
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Friday, 21 November 2014 14:30 Write a comment

I am looking for a Rodger spencer who was on hms yarmouth that docked in Great Yarmouth in 1969. If anyone out there who could help me please with any information I wod be very grateful if you could contact me.

Fallon Durrant Tuesday, 25 August 2015 11:43
Another crew mwmber I have been trying to trace is Richard Balls, if anyone can pass me details that would be great.
Also I nowknow that Roger Spencer was 18 at the time of docking in GY in 1969, so would have been quite a young crew member.
256) Bernard Emslie  Male
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Sunday, 21 September 2014 21:50 Write a comment

Meny thanks to all the stokers crew of 1967 to 70 that came to my birthday bash in Pompy on the 19th September. It was great to see Taff Crumbie after 40 odd years. He dont look a day older than when he was on the Yarmouth. Swampy Marsh came from Guss, Taff from Wales, Danny Danks from the IOW, Scrumpy Woolard from Horndean, Nick Carter from Gosport and Mac Macintyre from Kent. I only had to travel from Portchester. We had a run ashore in Rubies and the Royal Standard. Danny and I cleared the pub with our rendering of This Dirty Old Town, on the karaoke. Thanks guys for the presentation of the inscribed tankard and birthday cake, it was great. Fred.

Fallon Durrant Friday, 28 August 2015 08:57
Hi Bernard
I noticed you were on the Yarmouth in 1969, do you recall either a Richard Balls or a Roger Spencer whilst you served on the vessel?
255) Larry Malkin 
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Wednesday, 4 June 2014 12:57 Write a comment

Thanks you to all concerned in making this site. I was present when F101 and Britannia sailed out of the mist at Spurn Point on the Jubilee visit to Great Grimsby and Hull. I have never seen a more stirring site and received a commendation for reporting the event on BBC Radio Humberside. It was a 'Spithead' the fleet is all lit up moment. Presently I am finishing a painting of the scene and needed the correct date and time. The information was supplied by your efforts.
254) Fred Goddard  Male
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Tuesday, 3 June 2014 04:38 Write a comment

(254) G'day,
Been on HMAS MELBOURNE Facebook page and we are wondering if any of you old salts out there were on Yarmouth when it came to Australia and remembering when and where you came alongside the carrier. Cheers
Fred Goddard ex CPORS R.A.N 1963 - 1984
253) Paddy Samson  Male
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Wednesday, 21 May 2014 19:10 Write a comment

As usual, respect and thanks to the 1982 Ships Company, South Atlantic for getting us out of a tight spot!!! Paddy Samson and all, HMS Ardent
252) Mark Bramley  Male
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Sunday, 4 May 2014 19:28 Write a comment

The Yarmouth was my first ship after training I joined in Rosyth which would have been September 1973. I was the last recruitment to go through Ganges.
I was a stoker and was forced to learn & play crib on my first night on board.

Sooty Sutcliffe Friday, 14 November 2014 00:42
Ok Brams how you doing.Still a bit of skin ha ha After The Gut i shouldnt think so good weekend winding the crabfats up at your mums place look for me on face book Im the monkey with dark glasses. I remember stew haxton Jim most expensive bit of kit i ever bought was his and i think my oppo Ronnie Lamb was on the Gurka with you

Dave "Bug" Buglass. Sunday, 3 May 2015 06:05
I travelled up with you Mark from Ganges. Remember it well. Going from Ganges routine to The Yarmouth what a change.
Then I seem to remember going up the Ice for the Cod war. That was rough up there.
That was the typical Royal Navy. I applied for a Destroyer in Portsmouth, as I lived in Sussex, and got a Frigate in Scotland!
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