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Ships' Visits (Welsh Ports)

Volume 656: debated on Wednesday 28 March 1962

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asked the Civil Lord of the Admiralty bow many of Her Majesty's ships will visit Welsh ports this

of Regular officers of each rank in the three Armed Services, including the Indian Armed Services, are receiving widow's ordinary pensions; in each case how many of them lost their husbands before 4th November, 1958; and how many widows of Regular officers of each rank are now over 74 years of age.

I have been asked to reply.The answer to my hon. Friend's Question is as follows:retired under the 1919 code had their retired pay reassessed because of war service; and, in each case, how many of these officers are over and under the age of 60 years, respectively.

The following is the answer:year; and if he will publish particulars in the OFFICIAL REPORT.

Subject to over-riding operational needs, arrangements have been made for fifteen ships to make visits to nine Welsh ports. I am circulating particulars in the OFFICIAL REPORT. Present plans do not include the port of Barry, but it may

PortName and Type of ShipDate of Visit
CardiffFORTHSubmarine Depot Ship9th-14th May.
ConwayWASPERTONCoastal Minesweeper5th-6th February.
HolyheadMERSEYCoastal Minesweeper24th-25th March.
14th-15th July.
LlandudnoBERWICKFrigate21st-27th August.
MERSEYCoastal Minesweeper17th-18th March.
31st March-1st April
28th-29th April.
Milford HavenMONKTONCoastal Minesweepers27th-29th March.
DUCHESSDestroyers5th-6th May.
NewportSAINTESDestroyers24th-28th February.
Pembroke DownBRIGHTONFrigate28th April.
SwanseaROCKETFrigate31st January-4th February
TenbyROTHESAYFrigate25th September-lst October.