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Guinea Pig Club annual dinner

PUBLISHED: 02:08 05 May 2012 | UPDATED: 21:22 20 February 2013

Guinea Pig Club annual dinner

Guinea Pig Club annual dinner

Princess Marina House hosted the annual gala dinner of the Guinea Pig Club. Its members all received burns during their World War Two service and were treated by pioneering surgeon Sir Archibald McIndoe.

Princess Marina House in Rustington, West Sussex, hosted the annual gala dinner of the Guinea Pig Club. Its members all received burns during their World War Two service and were treated by pioneering surgeon Sir Archibald McIndoe.


Princess Marina House is the RAF Benevolent Funds flagship break centre for RAF veterans, and has hosted the Club gala dinner for many years.


Sir Robert Wright, Controller of the RAF Benevolent Fund, was there to welcome the Guinea Pigs on the night. He said: As the RAFs leading welfare charity the RAF Benevolent Fund has enjoyed a long and productive relationship with Club members and I look forward to it continuing for many years. Our thanks go out to Princess Marina House staff for once again providing such a wonderful evening for us all.

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