Just passing by to see all the news and what's new!
Date of Posting: 27 November 2015
Posted By: Sally Mohan
Trying to find Jan Bottom (Cook) Jan Furness & Mel Scanlon or anyone from Berlin 1974-1977. A few of us have got together and meet up. I went to Guildford July 1974, my number was W/454188. Here's hoping.
Date of Posting: 26 November 2015
Posted By: Gillian Bastin
Just catching up with the entries
Date of Posting: 22 November 2015
Posted By: Brenda Parry
Date of Posting: 21 November 2015
Posted By: Margaret Marchbank
Hi I joined in 1968 and my POP was 13/11/1968 and I then went on to Catterick to train as a Comcenop - my name at the time was LYNCH and I hailed from Liverpool. My number W/434093 anyone remember me? I have been searching for my POP pic but no luck thus far.
Date of Posting: 19 November 2015
Posted By: Kath Black
Hi all, joined in 1980, Ann Baker, (now Priestley) looking for people that may recall me. My first post was in Hounslow,(Dvr trade). Second post was Woolwich (82-85), third post was at Wilton, (85-86), then NI for 1 year on the search team, next was 37 Sqn Deepcut, (86-88) then 41 Sqn until 1993. Please get in touch, would be great to catch up.
Date of Posting: 13 November 2015
Posted By: Ann Priestley (Baker)
Hi I joined the army in November 1973, No.2 Training company 4 platoon. My surname was Wheeler and I would love to hear from anyone who remembers me. I went to Deepcut Barracks after training to become a staff clerk and from there returned to Guildford and worked with the Catering Core. I left to marry a soldier called Andrew Taylor and went on to have a daughter called Carrie. We were stationed in Chatham and Germany. 24 Engr Regiment, Chatham and 36 Engr Regiment Osnabruck. My Army number was W447115.
Date of Posting: 11 November 2015
Posted By: Christine Jameson
Hi, I joined 1971 and left 1977. Was WRAC Provost. We are holding a WRAC Provost/WRPMP reunion in North Cyprus March 2016. If anyone is interested, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I would like to know the whereabouts of (Captain Ena Foster) Director of the WRAC Staff Band (I believe and Fury Jeffery. Both were in my squad in Guildford and I have often thought of them. My maiden name was Johnson and I was known as Susan (not Sue) then. Thank you.
Date of Posting: 10 November 2015
Posted By: Sue Steel
hi, I joined the WRAC in 1963 (W/420689) after training did my trade training at Aldershot as a Tech Clerk RAOC. After training went to Kineton, then to Emblem Antwerp. I was a very sporty person. left in 1968. would be great to her from anyone who remembers me. Came across my passing out parade a few weeks ago Brought back great memories
Date of Posting: 10 November 2015
Posted By: Mary Louisa Kendall
I served in WRAC Royal Signals from 1967-1969. I am looking for a good friend, Hilary Hanson who was RCT, and served in Wilton in 1968.
Date of Posting: 09 November 2015
Posted By: Helen Jack
Comradeship, esprit de corps, benevolence and preserving traditions. The WRAC Association: maintaining contact between former members of Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps, the Auxiliary Territorial Service, the Auxiliary Territorial Service Territorial Army, Women's Royal Army Corps, Women's Royal Army Corps Territorial Army, WRAC Territorial and Volunteer Reserve and women still serving in the Army.