Hi joined in1962 at Lingfield, then to Catterick for comcen training. Posted to Saighton Camp at Chester. Met my husband there. Married 1964 and stayed in Chester 'til 69 posted thento Munster. Still miss all the mates we made while with the army ramc.
Date of Posting: 02 January 2015
Posted By: Patricia Cammock 'nee Keane
Hi. My name is Pauline Robson(nee white), I joined the W.R.A.C in July 1964, initial training was done at Guildford, then I went to Catterick to train for the Signal Regiment. after I completed my course I was posted to Aldershot where I worked on the switchboard, I would love to hear from anyone that remembers me. my nickname was Pip,
Date of Posting: 29 December 2014
Posted By: Pauline Robson (nee white)
I live in Spain, and being a Member of the Association isn't really practical for me, but I do enjoy reading the comments on the website. I was with the RE Postie Depot as the NCO I/c the Pay Office for 3 years, and enjoyed it very much. In total I served 6 years as a Regular and 20 in the TA. I am still friends with a number of ladies I knew. and would like to wish ALL ex ATS and WRAC personnel the best of times over the next week, and happy memories for those who have lost family and friends
Date of Posting: 24 December 2014
Posted By: Ann Colclough (nee Douglas)
Hello Margaret Gibson!!!!!!!!!!! I was in your barrack room at BAOR Rheindahlen, I was also at Kingston Gate Camp exactly the same time as you, I was a postal wotker, you and I used to swim in the swimming pool at the camp in Rheindahlen, I was called rusty and had red hair, do you remember me??? you were always laughing and joking, get in touch soon. was called Rusty Holton w403633.
Date of Posting: 05 December 2014
Posted By: Pat O'Dwyer
Hi, I joined the WRAC in June 1959 was at Guildford then transferred out to Catterick, then on th Mill Hill London as postal worker then transferred to BAOR Rheindahlen as Postal worker, was known as Rusty, met my husband in BAOR and married a few months later, loved my time at Kingston Gate Camp, Richmond Patk, Kingston on Thames from 1959 to 1960. does anyone remember me?
Date of Posting: 05 December 2014
Posted By: Pat O'Dwyer
My first visit, someone gave me the association magazine and I was curious. I only served from 62-63. trained at Lingfield and worked as a Clerk tech at CVD Marchington staffs. The then Captain Meechie was our CO. I was sorry to learn that she had passed away.

Married a soldier and travelled the world for the next 18 years.Good web site, I will probably join.
Date of Posting: 29 November 2014
Posted By: bridget Thomas nee Kane
I joined the WRAC and was in basic training in Guildford 1979. then posted to Mill Hill in London. Does anyone remember me? Private Boakes???
Date of Posting: 13 November 2014
Posted By: Julie Lynes (nee Boakes)
Carol Burgess (Lambird) You are the only person i have ever seen saying you were in same intake as me. I remember Betty. I was friends with Diane (from London like me) and Sue Large from Portsmouth. A girl called Janet joined RMP, Mary went as a Stewardess to Woolwich and another girl i remember was Isabelle McInally (from Glasgow where i now live)
Date of Posting: 23 October 2014
Posted By: Jacky Edwards
I joined wrac in feb 14th 1972 trained as a driver in Aldershot,posted to Woolwich as a ambulance driver at the hospital in Woolwich where I met my husband Joe Truman he was part of recruiting troop at Woolwich.
Date of Posting: 21 October 2014
Posted By: janet larkin
I joined the army march 1966 did training in guildord then on a course in woolwich then posted to aldershot I met my husband a week after I joined my maiden name was Harley I would love to hear from anyone who remembers me
Date of Posting: 13 October 2014
Posted By: janice brannigan

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