A long shot, a very long shot but i wonder if any members served with 5 Ack Ack Group in Nottingham in 1949?
Date of Posting: 28 November 2013
Posted By: John Turner
Hello Maggie Thomas here,I joined the wrac 1980-1984 when I got married. was posted at guildford 1980 until november 1980 then I went to n Ireland for 2years,first at Lisborn then at Aldergrove,served with the 1 RGJ and ended up marrying a green jacket happily now for 30 years in Feb. Then back to cod donnington telford to do Medic course.I now work for the nhs as a registered healthcare professional in anaesthetics have been in the nhs since 1992,soon to take early retirement as hubby is already retired(Im 55 now).
In my basic training I was in Yellow platoon anyone who remembers me, it would be good to hear from them
kind regards geordie maggie.
Date of Posting: 27 November 2013
Posted By: Maggie Thomas (nee Irving)
Rona have you tried the Facebook group sites. There are a few WRAC ones and a lot of people looking for others. The one below has intake platoon pictures of Guildford. It may help you.
Hope this helps
Date of Posting: 19 November 2013
Posted By: Anthea Banks
I am currently researching into WAAC QMAAC who served with the Signals during World War I would like to hear from anyone who had a relative who served with the corps. I am very interested in any who came from the Blandford, Bournemouth, Poole area but would still welcome other areas The information may be used for our World War One display but will fill a gap in our archive.
I used towork at the WRAC Museum in Guildford 1987-1993
Date of Posting: 14 November 2013
Posted By: Tina Pittock
I joined the WRAC in March 1972. My training Sgt was Sgt Linigan and I went to Catterick for trade training in about July and then to serve in Germany at 4Sqn 16 Signal Regt and would love to locate anyone that served out there at the same time. Recently I met up with some old friends at a reunion in Birmingham but would love to find old friends from my days in Guildford. Were you in Guildford in March/April and May 1972 with Sgt Linigan.
Date of Posting: 10 November 2013
Posted By: Rona Munday Nee Andrews
I joined the WRAC in 1970. My units were RAPC Worthy Down, BFPO Rheindalin, and WRAC Detachment Hong Kong. I was a staff Clerk. I left in 1976 on marriage.
Would like to hear from anyone who was at my wedding at Stanley Fort Hong Kong on 12th July 1975. I married Andy Webber Gren Gds from Stanley Fort. We lived at Evelyn Towers North point.
Hope to hear from someone.
Date of Posting: 06 November 2013
Posted By: Pat Webber/Nee Clark
I'M trying to contact an old WRAC colleague from 16 Battalion RAOC in Bicester. Her name is Angela Price, commonly known as Taff. She was a sergeant in WRAC HQ Coy. We both left the Army at the same time and it would be so good to catch up with her.
Date of Posting: 30 October 2013
Posted By: Frederick Keogh
WRAC CENTRE 1972 1973 LYNN GRUNDY WAS IN SAME ROOM MY NUMBER WAS 462084
Date of Posting: 30 October 2013
Posted By: VANESSA STEVENS NEE GRUNDY
hi jolly,i met up with kate woodcock at catterick in 77 and i think she went to 68sqn in about 79-80
Date of Posting: 14 October 2013
Posted By: janette leach
I was at Guildford in 1976,basic training along with my very good friend,Ruby Griffiths(nee Hill).
My name was Diane Jones,(DJ),I was in a barrack room further up and Ruby shared a room with another "Hill",however,we only knew her as "Taff".As you can guess,she did come from Wales.Does anyone know her whereabouts? We would both love to know.Thank you.
Date of Posting: 13 October 2013
Posted By: DIANE Walsh
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.