My maternal grandfather – Arthur Gibson – served in the Royal Navy Patrol Service (RNPS) during WWII (stationed in the North Atlantic). He loved Brixham and wanted to retire there, but unfortunately he passed away in 1997 before this dream could be fulfilled. Once a sailor always a sailor! We always think of him when we visit Brixham! When we arrived in the Central Car Park on this day, however, Mei-An soon spied a ‘painted rock’ nestled in a small space in the very high car park wall. This rock has the words ‘Rainham’ written on it, and instructions to take it and move it to another location! This rock is now in Sutton, Southwest London!