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(From Lancaster Guardian)
AN unsung World War Two hero is being honoured with France's top bravery award just months after he died.
Petty Officer Frank Ferrington served on minesweepers in crucial and dangerous operations in the Mediterranean.
Next month his widow Rosa, who is 77, will receive the Legion d'Honneur on his behalf at a special ceremony at Hornby Village Institute.
"He would have been so thrilled and proud," she said. "I am very much looking forward to the big day." Frank died in June, aged 83, a popular and well-loved character in the village.
His official war service took him to Anzio, Elba and the southern French …