In 2014 we received a call from Francis Suttill asking whether his father’s name was on the war memorial. His father, also called Francis, lived briefly at Ewood and upon the outbreak of war he joined the East Surrey Regiment. As a fluent French speaker he was seconded to the SOE and he set up the Prosper Cell around occupied Paris. He was betrayed and was executed by the Gestapo in 1944. His name has now been added to the war memorial and is read out along with the rest of the Newdigate people who gave their lives during both world wars. His son has published a book about his father’s exploits entitled ‘Shadows in the Fog’.