Ceremony to honour Rhyl World War II Spitfire hero





A ceremony is to be held to commemorate the bravery of a Spitfire pilot from Denbighshire who was shot down in World War II.

Flight Lieutenant Norman Carter Macqueen was 22 when he was killed in Malta in 1942.

He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC) days before his death.

A replica of the medal will be presented to Glyn Pickering, mayor of his home town, Rhyl, at Rhyl Library, at 1100 BST.


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