RAF veterans visited Syon Park on Sunday to promote a range of greeting cards to help raise money for a Second World War memorial.
Heroes who served in Bomber Command visited Syon Park Garden Centre on Sunday as part of their aim to raise
£3million for a memorial to be erected in London in memory of fallen comrades.
Martin Andrews, manager of the Brentford garden centre said: "Lots of people turned out to meet the war veterans and help raise money for this very worthy cause."
The cards and prints, which show photos taken between 1939 and 1945 of the men, land army girls and scenes of the
Blitz and famous aircraft, are now on sale at the garden centre.
This year is the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Britain - one of the biggest air campaigns in history. So far £1.6m has been raised, but the Bomber Command Association still needs an extra £1.4m to be able to build the memorial.
Some 55,573 airmen were killed during the war.