Letter tribute to war hero.
A LETTER written by a British war hero has been mounted in one of his favourite watering holes in Warwickshire.
Guy Gibson, leader of the famous Dambuster raid used to be a regular at the Dun Cow The dun cow is a common motif in English folklore. "Dun" is a dull shade of brownish grey. Dunsmore Heath
The Dun Cow of Dunsmore Heath was a savage beast slain by Guy of Warwick. in The Green, Dunchurch.
According to according to
1. As stated or indicated by; on the authority of: according to historians.
2. In keeping with: according to instructions.
3. one letter, Gibson set up meetings to plan the attacks in the pub and in another, to his brother Alick, he asks him to suggest a date for a few pints at the Dun Cow.
Gibson lived in Fareham Avenue, in Hillmorton, Rugby, before the Second World War and the Dun Cow became a regular haunt for the two brothers.
The letter to his brother has now been framed and displayed at the inn as a lasting tribute after Gibson's nephew, Mike Gibson, presented the frame to landlady landlady n. female of landlord or owner of real property from whom one rents or leases. (See: landlord) Florrie D'Arcy.
Mike Gibson said: "It's a nice tribute to Guy."