I served with Kate Woodcock in Chatham in 1987ish. I think she settled in Melton Mowbray.
Date of Posting: 06 October 2014
Posted By: Sandy Borrowdale
Basic at Guildford 1960 Clerical training Yeovil Rhiendalen Garrison. Would love to hear from anyone who may remember me
Date of Posting: 02 September 2014
Posted By: Helen (Florence) Selle ne Gardiner
Hi i joined the Wrac in 1979 i went on to be one of the first Wrac drivers in London district.Does anyone out there remember me.Looking to get in touch with Tina Day and Mandy Gridd.
Date of Posting: 24 August 2014
Posted By: catherine skarratts
Does anyone remember my mother, Hilda Imrie, from Dundee, WRAC B Company 3rd Battalion Royal Signals based In Catterick in 1950/51, when she would be about 17 years old?
Date of Posting: 18 August 2014
Posted By: Bob Sinclair
Hi Ann Pettitt. Its Maureen Devaney - from Episkopi cyprus days. have a photo of your wedding if you go on facebook WRAC sites you will find me as Maureen Cassidy. please get in touch.
Date of Posting: 16 August 2014
Posted By: maureen Cassidy
Guildford end 1958 basic trg, then Kingston upon Thames in the huts, Yeovil trade trg, Hounslow for first posting. Cyprus last posting Married 1961 in Episkopi, Cyprus. W401442. Anyone same time have you an intake photo please.
Date of Posting: 07 August 2014
Posted By: Ann Davis (Pettitt)
Seeking the whereabouts of Sue halford 1979 and in hong kong in 1984. Long lost friend wishing to see how she is Fran once known as woolford and then whitfield and we were both with the RAPC. If your out there say hello. Hope this works
Date of Posting: 01 August 2014
Posted By: Fran Shields
I joined in march 75 then cattrick for switchboard ? Posted to HQ BAOR Rhinedalen 16sigs. I'm looking for maggie Collins who was 28 sigs Northag comcen. Anyone can you help
Date of Posting: 30 July 2014
Posted By: Linda Wheatcroft
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.
Date of Posting: 29 July 2014
Posted By: Geoff Simpson
Hello Beryl, I remember you very well indeed, you were a Cpl at the CPO when I was posted in. We were in the same block, and you actually permed my hair for me, and it turned out very well! You may even remember my husband, Alf Colclough? I worked in Travel Section and Alf was in Imprest with Mick Cotton.
Sorry to hear about your health, I guess we're all getting older, if not wiser.....very best wishes,
Ann, known then as Margaret as there was another Ann Douglas (Signals) in the block!
Date of Posting: 22 July 2014
Posted By: Ann Colclough (Douglas)
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.