Land at the Junction of Millthorpe Lane and the main Chesterfield to Owler Bar road, near to the crash site and which had been selected as the most suitable site for the positioning of the memorial stone. A memorial garden has been created on the left, replacing the original overgrown shrubs shown here in April 2004.
Mrs Marianne Cambridge addresses the assembled crowd before unveiling the memorial to her brother Robert.

Also present were Robert and Marianne's brothers, Ralph and Roger Tritton plus Roger's fiancé, Hazel.

John Phillips of the Royal British Legion (Dronfield Branch) lays a wreath.
The finished Memorial Garden
The memorial stone plus wreath
Robert Barnes plus Warren, Terry and Roger after installing the memorial stone.

The following are also thanked for their valuable help and assistance:-

Holmesfield Village Society
Holmesfield Parish Council
North East Derbyshire District Council
Derbyshire County Co

Horsleygate Estates
G. Paramore and Sons - Monumental Masons
Robert Barnes Construction
Royal British Legion - Dronfield Branch

Click HERE to see the opening cermony report in the Star Newspaper.

In addition to the new memorial, it's planned to erect a public information board in Millthorpe at a future date which will offer information regarding both air crashes and general information of the Millthorpe area plus a marker in Stripes Wood at the site of the 1970 RF-4C crash.