When Albert Figg wanted to put a Churchill Tank on Hill 112 as a permanent static memorial to the brave troops of 9th Royal Tank Regiment, Carl Brown of C&C Military Services came to the rescue.
Carl found and rescued a suitable Churchill from a disused army firing range.
Doing the whole project at cost, the boys at C&C sandblasted the tank, freeded off all the wheels running gear and refurbished the Churchill VII.
Despite the damage done during it's years on the range, the tank was in remarkably good condition - in fact Carl commented that the tank could have been restored to running condition.
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