Hi, jimmy the para looking for Anne Sheffler who I believe served with the WRAC at Mill Hill in the late 1960's. Anyone who knew her please get in touch via this site.
Date of Posting: 30 August 2013
Posted By: peter reed
My mother served in ATS Phyllis Irene Neale, cannot find any trace of her in military records
Date of Posting: 18 August 2013
Posted By: Chris Hughes
I met a lovely lady on the train to London this morning who lives in Saxelby and was on her way to her cat sit for her daughter in Boston, America. She told me to have a look for the WRAC association Lincoln Branch. She was born in Wolverhampton and spent time in Camberley. I am ex WRAC myself and orignate from Leicester. Maybe somebody might recognise who I am talking about as I would love to meet up with her again.
Date of Posting: 09 August 2013
Posted By: Liz McBrien
Hi, l am trying to trace my Physical Training Instructor from 1962...My maiden name was Janet Moore and I was stationed at CAD Kineton...The PTI's name then was Trisha Howe(s), I last saw Trisha in Aldershot in 1964, she was on a cadre course...l remember her telling me once that her father had been an RSM and when she was a child, he was station in Malta (1950's)..I would love to know what has happened to her since we last met....If anyone help in my search, can they please e- mail me...Thanks Janet x
Date of Posting: 13 July 2013
Posted By: Janet Watkins
Hi, I was in the WRAC from Feb 78 till Feb 83. I was then Linda Seymour, would love to get in touch with anyone who knew me in this time. I served in Northern Ireland, London MOD, Cyprus and Wilton. A few names I remember are Pauline and Sandy Seymour, Anne Senior, would specially like to get in touch with Jackie Matthews. Please get in touch.
Date of Posting: 10 July 2013
Posted By: Linda Walden
Looking for any of the first Junior Leaders Course, Sep 75 to March 76.Please get in touch.There is a reasson behind the search!! I hope you are all happy and healthy
Kind Regards, Glynn Cardy
Date of Posting: 18 June 2013
Posted By: Glynn Cardy
Hi Maureen, My Intake was March 1960 and we were in
"spider blocks" M-N-P (SURNAMES) and from there I went
to Driver Training Yeovil, you would have been in the
other camp for Clerical Training, I then spent some
time on Permanent Staff. I wish we had met.
Date of Posting: 17 June 2013
Posted By: Carole Nuttall
Hi Carole I was doing clerical training in Yeovil early 1961 - POP Oct 1960. when was your POP. maybe we were at Guildford the same time. My name was Mo Devaney.
Date of Posting: 16 June 2013
Posted By: Maureen cassidy25340485
Hi Carole - my name was Maureen Devaney POP Oct 1960. did an admin clerks course at Yeovil beginning of 1961 - maybe we passed out the same time. love to hear from you if you were around same time as me.
Date of Posting: 16 June 2013
Posted By: Maureen Cassidy
I was with the Royal Signals in Hounslow 1978-1981 and I am interested in finding out any information on a good friend of mine named Debbie Davies. She was with the WRAC and the last time I met her was at Aldergrove in the early 1980s when she was with the RCT. Any information would be appreciated.
Date of Posting: 14 June 2013
Posted By: eamonn andrews
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.