WRAC Association News

All the news related to Association announcements and events will be presented on this page...

My name is Margaret Davies and I am a Breast Cancer survivor having been given the all clear in 2013. In 2014 I am undertaking a Challenge to raise funds for two charities; The Women's Royal Army Corps Association and Cancer Research UK. My Challenge is to walk around 100 miles over 6 days on The Heart of England Way, a "semi-official" long distance path from Chipping Camden in Glos to Milton in Staffs, curving east of Birmingham. 

I have set up an online donation site at Virgin Money Giving if you would care to sponsor me. Thank you in advance for your support. 

Sunday 10 November - 110 members of the WRAC Association took part in the Cenotaph Service and March Past in London. The WRAC Association was also represented at many Remembrance Services across the UK.

WRAC Association members can now access online archive copies of Lioness and its predecessors; the QMAAC Old Comrades Association Gazette (1920-1942) and the QMAAC and ATS Comrades Gazette (1992-1950). Log in to the Members Area of the website and enjoy some research.

An audio version of Lioness 2013/2 is now available for any member of the WRAC Association who suffers from failing sight. The audio version can be listened to via the members area of the website, alternatively a CD is available free of charge by post. For further information please contact the Office Manager on 0300 400 1992 (local rate call, including mobiles).

The 9th of September 2013 marks the 75th Anniversary of the formation of the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS).

ATS Poster

There are now six female In-Pensioners at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, five of whom served in the ATS or WRAC. A number of them participated in the annual Founder's Day Parade on 6 June 2013.

Bristol Branch members Sheila Holley and Rita Head feature in a new film to launch the Range Rover Evoque Women in Engineering (WISE) Scholarship 



The WRAC Association has comissioned a replacement Memorial which has now been sited within the Association plot at the National Memorial Arboretum.


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Published 14 February 2013.  Available from Amazon. 

Book Description

Winifred Phillips was born in Ilford, Essex, in 1926, one of four children. Sent to a convent boarding school, which she loathed, she trained as a nursery nurse and met George Wheeler, a 19-year-old RAF trainee wireless operator.

The Vice-President, Council and members of The Women's Royal Army Corps Association (incorporating Queen Mary's Auxiliary Army Corps and Auxiliary Territorial Service Comrades' Association) send loyal greetings to their President, Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Kent, on the occasion of her 80th birthday on 22 February 2013.

We've been hard at work progressing the WRAC Association website, and as you can see, we've now launched the next version. We've taken note of your feedback and have made some significant improvements in how the information regarding the Association is presented to our visitors and members. New areas of the site include a Photo Gallery, Member Directory, Member Profile, Online Lioness and readability enhancements...

The launch of the new WRAC Association website coincides with the 62nd anniversary of the formation of the WRAC.

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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.                                                                      

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1 Winnall Valley Road
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