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Brian Devon
Brian Devon
06 Jun 2019 08:44

Let's stop and think of Piper Bill Millin and all the other today 75 years ago.

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ZIGGY
ZIGGY
06 Jun 2019 14:53

Meeting 'mad bastard' Bill Millin, who played the pipes while the D-Day bullets flew around him

https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/meeting-mad-bastard-bill-millin-2945418

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Calamari
Calamari
06 Jun 2019 18:13

He was a lovely man (yes, I met him on a number of occasions) and will be long remembered.

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Daverc
Daverc
07 Jun 2019 09:19

He was indeed a lovely man.  He used to come in to the Museum every morning for a cuppa and a chat.  Nice to hear hjis story being retold.

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expat
expat
07 Jun 2019 09:58

My wife was one of his carers at Palm Court till the end of his life. Said he was a proper rascal cheeky

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