West Lancs Military Vehicle Trust

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It is with great sadness that we have to pass on the news that our friend John Higham sadly Passed away on Thursday 21st April 2016.  John will be greatly missed.

R.I.P John (You will never be forgotten)



It is with great sadness that we have to pass on the news that our friend Ken Magee sadly died on Monday 21st March 2016. Ken was one of the original members of the MVT and he will be greatly missed.


(You will never be forgotten)



                 Dedicated to

         Mark Lancaster

            1973 - 2012

       A special friend and valued

               member of the

          Military Vehicle Trust.

  Secretary to the West/Lancs Area





Member's Notice:

                    It is with sad regret I heard of the sudden death of Brian Prentice, Member of South Cumbria & North Lancs  MVT group, and member of the MVT since 1997.

         Our thoughts are with his son Graham and his family.






                            Ron  Mostyn

                           1923  -  2010




 It is with great sadness that i have to report that Ron Passed away peacefully last Saturday, he was 86 years young.

Ron was in the Royal Signals a Normandy Veteran and a West Lancs M.V.T. Member.

Ron's cheery manner and sense of humour will be sadly missed by us all.

Our Sincere Condolences to Arnold and Family.

Arnold will continue to bring their superb signals equipment and Jeep to the Shows.

The funeral was held at St Barnabas' Church, Penny
Lane, Liverpool.  Tuesday June 29th at 13.00.
Condolences from M.V.T. Members
A sad day when we heard that Ron had passed away.
Our thoughts are with Arnold his Family and Friends.
Ron was a very liked person he will be sadly missed.
James and Mel Vasco.
Sad news. Ron did well attending all the events he could. 
Another veteran passes by.
 Our thoughts are with the family
Ed And Sarah.

 Sorry to hear the bad news, Ron was a happy soul will be missed.

Alan Slade.


 It is very sad about Ron, i spoke to him on a number occasions, he was very interesting to listen too and always more than happy to talk about his memories of war, i think it just strengthens the argument that what we do as collectors/re-enactors is keeping the memories of what true hero's like Ron did during the war.          My thoughts are with Arnold and Family. 

 Mark Lancaster.

 please pass my deepest condolancess to Arni for his sad loss he WILL BE MISSED .

 Dave De Roos.











 Dear arnold I was so sad to hear about your dad I have had some good laughs with him and your self he was a wonderful man and will be missed by all who new him Kind regards.

 Dave  Salisbury.

  -------------------------------------------------------------Dear Arnold & Family










So very very sorry to hear about your dad Ron - he will be severely missed by us both and I am sure by all those who had the very great pleasure and honour to know him.

No words can make up for how you feel now, but please take comfort in the knowledge that others will always be there for you and share in your grief.
Angela & Frank.