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Titanic Honour and Glory makes US Premiere.
We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Titanic Honour and Glory will premiere in the United States later this year. The History Museum of Mobile, Alabama, a magnificent and stunning museum, our host for the award winning Titanic exhibition.
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Titanic now open at Great Yarmouth.
Titanic Honour & Glory will be docking at Time and Tide from April 1st through to September 24th 2017. This unique exhibition brings to life the history of the legendary Ocean Liner, the Royal Mail Steamer Titanic, an exhibition voted one of the top five exhibitions in the United Kingdom by The Times newspaper.
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Titanic Exhibition Opens in Chelmsford
Chelmsford Civic Society presents the Titanic Honour & Glory Exhibition which is open in Bond Street in Chelmsford, CM1 1GD on Thursday to Sunday from 10.30-16.00 running from April to June. Sean Smalc’s fascination with Titanic began at the age of five, when he saw the film 'A Night to Remember'. He has been amassing the awe-inspiring collection ever since. 'This diverse exhibition appeals to so many people from all age groups' Sean says. ‘With this exhibition we aim to increase the knowledge of Titanic's history and that of her sister ships and the White Star Line, which owned and operated many of the finest liners ever to sail the high seas. Every visitor will get a feeling of what it was like to have been aboard Titanic. The exhibition will take you on a genuine voyage of discovery’.
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Tribute to Millvina Dean

the late millvina dean - titanic survivorElizabeth Gladys Dean was born on February 2nd, 1912, in London.  She became affectionately known as 'Millvina.'  Millvina was a lovely lady who many of us throughout the world had the privilege of meeting, always very pleased and welcoming when approaching her.  Millvina was certainly a fascinating lady with such a historic link to the Titanic.  Titanic was certainly one of her passions and one of which she loved to speak about out of respect for the father she had sadly lost during the tragedy. 

Myself and Margot met with Millvina several times and will always remember and cherish the times spent in her company, she was a lovely dear lady who will be sadly missed, you will and always shall be in our thoughts, hearts and prayers, may god bless you Millvina.

We have created this page on the website so that anyone can add their own personal tributes to the late Millvina Dean - Titanic survivor.  If you please email me your tributes at the following email address, as follows:

tribute@titanichonourandglory.com

Tributes will be placed on this page, thank you.

 

God bless and rest in peace Millvina - Muir family, Staffordshire.

You were a magnificent lady and absolutely delightful - James Jack, Hants.

In remembrance of a life onboard Titanic, you touched so many whom you came into contact with, the world has lost a truly wonderful person - Julie Hargreaves, West Midlands.

Tonight a star shines brightly in the night sky - The Peacocks, Hampshire.

Forever we will remember you Millvina, always enjoyed meeting you in Southampton when we were there in April - Thomas and Maria, Stoke.

Millvina we love you - St. Francis Xaviers Primary School.

In memory and honour of a fine lady who we all loved so much, we will miss you Millvina - The Bakers, Isle of Wight.

In memory of a wonderful lady who was such an inspiration, a dear lady who was always pleased to speak to you and made you feel very welcome, God bless you Millvina - The Dale family, Toronto, Canada.

You were a kind and loving lady who will always be remembered by the family, may God bless and look after you Millvina, you were a magnificent lady who will be sadly missed - Charlotte, New York.

Nearer My God To Thee, may you be at peace - The Kingston family, Northamptonshire.

At Christmas time we remember all of our family members and friends who have passed on, this Christmas we will also be remembering a very special lady, a lady who captivated so many hearts, a lady who was an inspiration and a lady who was always willing to help putting others first and herself second.  We, the ones that met and spoke to you were blessed with your friendship and kindness, we will never forget you Millvina, may God bless you and all our love to you this Christmas our dear Millvina, we will never forget you, always in our hearts, thoughts and prayers. - Jenkins family, Bournemouth. 

 
Sean:- 07833 630 287

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