I joined Parish Councillor John Farnaby to lay a wreath at Sgt Stanley Fenemore's memorial in South Godstone.
In October 1940, Sgt Fenemore took off with his squadron from Kenley Aerodrome and intercepted a unit of Messerschmitt fighters. In the course of the dogfight, his Hawker Hurricane was shot down, with the aircraft crashing at this spot. He was just 20 years old.
Tucked away in a clearing by the roadside, the memorial has been maintained by Godstone Parish Council and is a beautiful space to sit and reflect on the enormous sacrifice of the Royal Air Force crews during the Battle of Britain.
I also went to see the wonderful display at Morrisons in Caterham, organised by Joan, a Royal British Legion volunteer, and Jackie, the Community Champion at Morrisons. It was a privilege to join them to help raise money for this year's Poppy Appeal.