As a national serviceman in the REME I was employed by the WRAC as an Instrument Mech at the Clerical Training School in Houndstone Camp, Yeovil from Jan 60 until March 61. Probably I was the only male in the army employed by women, it was a civilisingMexperience for a 22 year old. my job was to maintain the office equipment, typewriters, gestetners and anything else. The school was run by CSM Robertson, the OIC was 2nd Lt Mary Harle. There was a Sgt Franklin "Frankie", Cpl Eve Hopkins, I remember and especially Sgt Barbara Jones. Is anyone out there who remembers Geordie Clucas?
Date of Posting: 10 January 2016
Posted By: len clucas
My mother, Barbara M. Michaels, was in the WRAC 1948-1952 (W1356187, originally ATS)). She first served in the West End of London, then it was up to Edinburgh. She then put in for Singapore and was posted there where she met my American father. Mum left the WRAC in 1952 to get married and move to the USA. Sadly Mum passed away just before Christmas on 14 Dec. She spent her last weeks strolling down memory lane, mostly about her time in the WRAC. She was very fond of her time there. Just wanted to let people there know she passed peacefully at home, in her sleep, after an 18 month battle with pancreatic cancer. Kind regards to all.
Date of Posting: 05 January 2016
Posted By: Alyson Cooper-Williams
Looking for Captain Wilma Armstrong who was a friend of my wife Maureen Scott We last saw her when she was stationed at Imphal Barracks in York
Date of Posting: 31 December 2015
Posted By: Ian Smith
Trying to find Angela Kennedy, she was WRAC in the mid 1960's in Dorset around Beer. She originated from birmingham. Any info about her would be well received.
Date of Posting: 14 December 2015
Posted By: Jonathan trevan
Hi I am looking for former colleagues I met in June in basic training at Guildford. I was in 6 Platoon B Company, my name Afekwe Battersby, I have no Passing Out photos so maybe somebody might have one. I then went into Holding and Draughting waiting for a posting. I did my Medical Orderly training at Guildford, then got a posting to the Officers College in Camberly. Anybody remember me get in touch!
Date of Posting: 08 December 2015
To Leon Brundson - yes I was at Saighton Camp in 72 - was Lynch then married Steve Lewin and Lived in Married Quarters - Major James was there
Date of Posting: 07 December 2015
Posted By: Kathleen Black
I served 1973-1975 posted at Chattenden Kent and would love to hear from anyone who remembers me . I was nicknamed Barnsley as that's where I'm from. Best time of my life.
Date of Posting: 29 November 2015
Posted By: Lynn Kelly nee Rowney
Hello everyone, time is passing by so very quickly and I have tried other sites but no luck. I joined in 1957 W/ 397743. Guildford, Yeovil and Hounslow. Was hoping to fine someone who remembers me. Jean Parkes, Chris Cooper. Barbara Malvern, Vi Murray. My maiden name was Dench. Have happy memories of my time in the WRAC.
Date of Posting: 29 November 2015
Posted By: Lorraine street
Hello, I was in the WRAC. 1960. I done my basic training in Guildford. and was also in Lingfield, holding and drafting.I was usually known as Sherry.
I would like to know anyone out there with memories also.
Date of Posting: 29 November 2015
Have only just re-instated myself since 2012. Anyone out there who was at Lingfield Sept 1963. After basic training i went to 251 Sig.Sqn at H.Q.Southern Command, Wilton where I was the medic. Such happy days and I wonder where all my friends are now.
Date of Posting: 27 November 2015
Posted By: Margot Morris (nee Hughes)

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