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It is interesting to record that Frederick was awarded only £300 for his major contribution to aircraft safety!

F CondorNewspaper cutting of presentation

Nb - the newspaper article below shows Mr Conder receiving his medal - unfortunately it incorrectly named him as Mr Condor.

brian and john conder

A proud family moment - John and Brian Conder standing at Conder Boulevard named after their father.

And now 50 years later n August 2013 we can see that Frederick Conder has been remembered in our community. This photograph shows his proud sons John and Brian standing next to the road sign for "Conder Boulevard" in the Bellway development behind the Shorts building in Shortstown.

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