Maiden Newton Pillbox Rescue

Members of the PSG were featured in the Britain at War magazine for the Pillbox rescue.

Members of the PSG were featured in the Britain at War magazine for the Pillbox rescue.

As part of the Maiden Newton at War Weekend members of the Pillbox Study Group carried out a restoration of a Type 22 Pillbox on the edge of the village.

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