Hi Di (Doddy) Faulkner. Carol here. Do remember you with fondness. Times down Mill Hill very busy. Wish could contact you. Hope you found happiness in life?
Date of Posting: 07 February 2016
Posted By: Carol Nicholls (nee Rajman)
Just saw post from Carol Rajman, Hi Carol, how you doing, Di Faulkner (Doddy), here, last post we were together was at 12 Coy Wrac, Mill Hill, I worked in the main office and you in MOD.
Date of Posting: 04 February 2016
Posted By: Diane Faulkner
Hello folks. I'm curious to know if anyone is in touch with any members of the Auxiliary Territorial Service members of the ACC? I portray the role of a cook in the A.T.S. during WW2 at living history events in the US. I cook in the field (by myself mostly) utilizing the recipes from 1941. I enjoy representing the ACC and bringing knowledge to the public. I'm looking to get in touch with anyone who may have served 1939-1945. Thank you!
Date of Posting: 02 February 2016
Posted By: Heathyr Haskins
My mother,maiden name,Edna May Bentley was in the ATS during the war years stationed at the racecourse Derby.I believe she was a drum major in the band.If there is any one who remembers those times or has photos it would be much appreciated.
Date of Posting: 01 February 2016
Posted By: Henry O'Shea
Hi I would love to hear from anyone who new me during my time at Guildford 1978, COD Bicester 79, Londonderry 81-82, 29 Coy Rheindahlen 82-84 then Chattenden 84-86. Especially Lorraine Paisley, Annie Edgcombe, and Wendy.
Date of Posting: 28 January 2016
Posted By: Margo Jenkins
Hi I wish to get in touch with Ann Priestley ( Baker ) Ann if you see this please get in touch or anyone who knows Ann can you please inform her that I'm trying to get in touch with her . Thank you
Date of Posting: 24 January 2016
Posted By: Paul Hill
Message for Nikki Brown who was asking about her mate Julie Swaby who was at Donnington. I have details of her and keep in contact with her. I remember you Nikki at Donnington as I was there when you were there too. I am Sue Cross was Frankham.
Date of Posting: 19 January 2016
Posted By: sue cross
Looking for Ann Coates, she was WRAC Switchboard Operator and originated from Liverpool. She was in Aldershot in 1970, Lisburn, Co Antrim in 1971 and then Bielefeld in 1972 where I saw her last, we then lost touch. I was L/Cpl in the REME at that time. Any information would be very much appreciated.
Date of Posting: 19 January 2016
Posted By: Tony Williams
I am responding to Mark Shaw who is looking for Pte Lynn Stansfield WRAC. I knew Lynn for a number of years from 1976 Where we both served in York then I worked at Strensill. I also have been trying to find Lynn. I attended her wedding to LBdr Mick Housley RHA who came from Sheffield. They had a daughter named Rea. I stayed with them when he got posted to Germany and Lynn was a families teaching assistant. Please if you do find her give her my best wishes. Her family stem from Halifax.
Date of Posting: 17 January 2016
Posted By: Carol Nicholls (nee Rajman)
My passing out parade was on April 1st 1976 from Guildford and went on to Staff Clerk Training at Deepcut. I am trying to contact Cynthia Macintosh or Pauline MacWherter or anyone who remembers me. My name now is Carol Nicholls. I had to PV'd and put Cynthia as my referee and coincidentally, she put me down as hers. I have very fond memories and wish to reconnect with my friends lost.
Date of Posting: 12 January 2016
Posted By: Carol Rajman

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