Would any WRAC members who served at Tycroes Camp in the 1960's would like to make contact re other members of Tycroes Camp Anglesey Nth Wales.
 
Date of Posting: 30 June 2015
Posted By: george gibson
Hi
I joined the WRAC in the seventies. Was at Blackdown then after basic training sent to Aldershot. Can remember our Sgt was a Sgt Berry, can't remember Corparals name but she had ginger hair. Shared a room with a georgie girl, somebody called Alene I think and Sue Needham. If anyone remembers me and has pictures from this time please get in touch. Thankyou
 
Date of Posting: 30 June 2015
Posted By: Anthea Haslam nee Freeman
I'd like to say hi to all the people I served with you would have known me as Lyn Hardy it would be great to hear from old comrades .l was at Guildford in sept 1974 Bicester in 76 and N/Ireland in 77.
 
Date of Posting: 29 June 2015
Posted By: Lynne Whisker
Am trying to locate any photos/footage from the Queen Mum's visit at Guildford barracks back in 90/91. I lost all my pics and am desperate to find see some again. Many thanks in advance to anyone who can help.
regards
Suzanne (maiden name Scott) Fernando
 
Date of Posting: 29 June 2015
Posted By: Suzanne Fernando (maiden name Scott)
I have just seen the entry by Julie Lynes nee Boakes. Yes I remember you Julie at Mill Hill, I was a Cpl and you a Pte, you were promoted to Lcpl upon posting away. We worked in 12 Coy WRAC admin offices.
 
Date of Posting: 28 June 2015
Posted By: Diane Faulkner
Have just seen message from Megan Hohaia, looking for Vanda McFarland I was in Singapore with her, and as I don't know where she is, I know a number of the girls who were there at the same time. Will try and find out more Or you could look on the Tangliners website.. All the best Brenda (Morris) Parry.
 
Date of Posting: 23 June 2015
Posted By: brenda parry
Hi, I'm wondering if anyone knew my mum, Noreen O'Dea. I think she did basic training at Guildford in 1958 or 1959. She spoke very fondly of her time and I'd love to hear from anyone who knew her. I remember her talking about a Frances and Mary who she was very good friends with, I think they also came from Ireland, like my mum.
 
Date of Posting: 21 June 2015
Posted By: Claire Bowes
Would any members remember a WRAC from 1972 called Madeline Parker who was at Aldershot, she came from Jersey and her father owned a hotel there, I would like to know what happened to her, also and I know this is a long shot a WRAC called Helen, she came from Stirling in Scotland about the same time, I think it was Deepcut or Bicester I met Helen, she.took me up to Stirling once
 
Date of Posting: 20 June 2015
Posted By: peter dial
My mother was Doreen Gadd and served in the WRAC at Manorbier from 1948 to 1951, date of her marriage to Fred Blackwood (Royal Artillery). Does anyone remember her, or has information, please? Thank you
 
Date of Posting: 20 June 2015
Posted By: Lynne Blackwood
To Margaret Walker nee Maxwell. I think you must have been at Lingfield the same time as me, October 1962. My number 416688 and your 416716, only 28 numbers between them. Have tried to put POP photo on here with no luck, so am trying again

Regards Doreen
 
Date of Posting: 20 June 2015
Posted By: Doreen Jacques (NEE Pinkney)

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