I enlisted in August 1955, trained signals teleprinter op at Catterick before posting to Edinburgh/Glasgow demobbed in September 1958.
Date of Posting: 18 February 2014
Posted By: Peggy Buckley (nee Smith)
Just given your site today, and would like to know if anyone out there was in Basic Training in Guildford Jan 1960 (a long time ago I know) I was then posted to Lulworth Cove Dorset. Later onto Catterick Camp Yorkshire till I was demobbed in 1963. My name was Margaret Wilby and I was a mere 17 1/2 year old. I now live in Australia but would love to hear from anyone who may remember me. (I will dig out some photo,s which help) Never new this site exsited.
Margaret Gordon Nee Wilby
Date of Posting: 11 February 2014
Posted By: Margaret Gordon
hi would like to find out if anyone can tell me if they know any of the girls that were in dusseldorf from 1981 to 1982 as I would like to get in touch with them I have been out of the army for 35 years
Date of Posting: 10 February 2014
Posted By: christine townsley
Is anyone from 2 coy 6 platoon Sgt Salisbury cpl Kelsie 7th Oct 1974 interested in a get together this year as its 40 yrs since we enlisted? Val Mahoney - Kraft cheese - Sharon Leal -
Kathy Mountain- Sheila Mathews to name but a few
Date of Posting: 01 February 2014
Posted By: Gina Brierley nee Mason
guildford 1970 good times, good friends
Date of Posting: 29 January 2014
Posted By: marilyn hardy
Can anyone help i was in the ACC in Aldershot 1978-1980 where i met WRAC chef Kim Barr we became good friends but being in Germany and posted around we lost touch, as friends i would like to get in touch again with her does anyone know her? email me please
Date of Posting: 04 January 2014
Posted By: michael archer
Is there anyone out there from Kineton 79? Dee Ahearne, Taffy, Theresa, Peggy Robinson, Carole from Yorkshire; who I kept in touch with for some years after. Anyone in the Army Athletics team at the time also. Jo (high jumper). V. Head (shot putter). J. D.... was the W/O at the ASPT at the time; your act of kindness still remembered and appreciated (javelin boots). Pte Palmer.
Date of Posting: 03 January 2014
Posted By: Tracey Skivington nee Palmer
Are there any girls out there from No1 Coy, 2 Plt, (Sgt Polly's platoon) September 1971 intake? Quite a lot of us will be 60 next year what a great excuse for a celebration/reunion. I'd love to hear from anybody who remembers me, I was Maggie Fowell then. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to all. From Maggie Sutton
Date of Posting: 24 December 2013
Posted By: Maggie Sutton
FAO of anyone who served at 16 Signal Regiment in the 1960,s and who are not aware that there is a Reunion Club and we hold a twice yearly reunion in different parts of the UK, 2014,s will be held at the Three Counties Hotel Hereford 24-27 October anyone interested in joining us will be made very welcome for more information ring Reme on 01302 844246 or visit the website the-60s-16ers
Date of Posting: 20 December 2013
Posted By: Audrey Grainge Nee Bradbrook
Hi, anybody out there who joined up September 1968, Guildford basic training, Yeovil driver training & back to Guildford for a short time before my posting to 68sqn RCT Rheindhalen 1969 - 1972
Date of Posting: 02 December 2013
Posted By: Jane Benn

<< Start Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Next Last >>

Page 27 of 31

Submit a Guestbook Entry
* fields are mandatory.
Your First Name:*
Your Last Name:*
Email Address:*
Your Picture:
Images should not be larger than 500x500 px and 250 kb
Security Code:
Send us your comments below:*

Your Shopping Cart

The cart is empty

Your Shopping Cart

The cart is empty

WRACA Logo RS Grey

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.                                                                      

HQ Office Hours

We are here to help you during the following hours:

Mon - Fri  9am - 1pm
Sat - Sun  Closed
Phone  0300 400 1992
Fax  0300 400 1938

{0300 calls charged at local rate}

HQ Address

WRAC Association
Unit 39
Basepoint Business Centre
1 Winnall Valley Road
SO23 0LD

Quick Contact

WRAC Association Contact Form
Select a reason for contacting us... *
Invalid Input
First Name *
Please type your full name.
Invalid Input
E-mail *
Invalid email address.
Invalid Input
Your Message
Invalid Input