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OP Chairman Phillip Plato lays wreath at Trinity Gardens for Merchant Navy Day

On Sunday 04 September OP Chairman Phillip Plato joined Captain Robin Batt (61-64) to lay a wreath at Trinity Gardens in honour of Merchant Navy Day.

On Sunday 04 September OP Chairman Phillip Plato joined Captain Robin Batt (61-64) to lay a wreath at Trinity Gardens on Merchant Navy Day.

Phillip said: "I am honoured to be representing the OP Society with Captain Robin Batt, the current Master of the Honorable Company of Master Mariners, as we lay a wreath at Trinity Gardens for Merchant Navy Day."

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