I am trying to contact Violet Wilmot W441638 who served in Edinburgh, Hong Kong and Aldershot from 1973 to 1976 with the Royal Signals. Also Margette Sheilds and Jan McKenzie both at Edinburgh and I think Hong Kong. We were good pals and I would like hear from them.
David Booth RAOC EOD Unit Edinburgh
Date of Posting: 27 January 2017
Posted By: David Booth
Hi, this is a message for Linda Foote. You write you were at Camberley you did not say from when. I am sure I remember your name from when I was at Camberley 1974 -77. I was the hairdresser there, or am I thinking of a different Linda? Do get in touch, Gill
Date of Posting: 26 January 2017
Posted By: Gillian Pugh
Hello a message for Kath Davies living in the Wrexham area, I'm Brenda Parry (ex Cpl WRAC circa 1960). Kath did you know there's an association meeting every month - the second Monday of the month, in the Cheshires Museum, Chester Castle. We, about 20 of us, meet for lunch at 12 midday and socialise for a while, WRAC and there's a few ATS ladies and a couple of helpers. Contact me brendaparry2015 at gmail dot com if you want any more information. All the best of good wishes for this new year.
Date of Posting: 23 January 2017
Posted By: brenda parry
I'm looking for a lady called Wendy she worked in the Officers Mess a the Army School of Education Beaconsfield 1958/1959 and went on an Officers course. Hope to get some information to trace her, I went by the name of Yorky.
Date of Posting: 20 January 2017
Posted By: Bob cairns
My mother Muriel Kerr (Latta) served in Cyprus WRAC in 1758-1960 at Episkopi and would love to hear from anyone that remembers her.
I believe the following ladies may of served with her. Jean Brown (Vernon), Janet Holmes and Mavis Evers
jhurcombe at sky dot com
Date of Posting: 20 January 2017
Posted By: Jill Hurcombe
Trying to find Pat English or Kirby we were at Woolwich till 1966 then lived in Plumstead to 1973. I think she went back to Newcastle area. Also Babs Lycette who's family lived near Bridgend, S Wales.
Date of Posting: 16 January 2017
Posted By: Joan McEntee (Lowther)
Looking to talk, meet up with any of us girls who served with me first in Northern Ireland 1961 to 1963 and thereafter in 68 Company RASC Rheindahlen Germany. Would absolutely love to meet with any and all. I now live in Leicester and can travel if necessary. Please, please respond via "guest book" as I do read daily.
Date of Posting: 29 December 2016
Posted By: Joan Smith (nee Groom)
HI, between 1980-1983 I was stationed at 3 TRRE at Blackwater, Camberley. At that time I was a Cpl with 63 Trg Sp Sqn, and the bridge train drivers were all WRAC girls accommodated in Aldershot but attached to the Sqn. I haven't seen any of them since I was posted at the end of '83 and would be great to get in touch again. I remember Sue Green, "Tommo" Thompson, Stephanie (later married Don), the grey matter is a bit foggy now. If this rings any bells with some of the ladies here it would be great to hear from you.
Date of Posting: 23 December 2016
Posted By: Steve Newton
Date of Posting: 29 July 2014
Posted By: Geoff Simpson
Still looking for any information on Kath Davies Cpl (PTI). Kath served with 3 Ind Coy WRAC Manorbier, last contact with Kath was in August 1965.
I am Kath Davies I now live alone in Wrexham, North Wales. I remember you Geoff! Happy carefree times xx
Date of Posting: 05 December 2016
Posted By: Kathleen Foster
Hi my is Linda Carroll maiden is (Nicholson) I'm still trying to find some old friends who are Jean Murray who was from Scotland, Edith Easdon, Deloris Walsh and John Lovegrow we were all at Mill Hill Barracks from 1972 to 1974. We all worked at at the Postal Depot, John was a driver. I had 6 months in Lisburn, N Ireland from July 1973 to Jan 1974 where I met Sheila Cotton who I think married a Derek Black, it would be nice to get in touch with her too. If anyone knows of any of these people I would b great full to hear from them. Thank you
Date of Posting: 02 December 2016
Posted By: Linda carroll
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.