Memories of Netheravon

Raf Police Training 1952

I was a young man of 18, I was stationed at RAF Netheravon for 16 weeks police training, I met some very nice people whilst I was there. I have been back to see the place ...Read full memory

Small Arms Corps, Netheravon 1941 1945

I'm wondering if anyone can provide me with the exact address of the Small Arms Corps (I believe this is the Camp featured), that existed during the Second ...Read full memory

Raf Netheravon

I was stationed here at R.A.F. Netheravon in late 1958 to do trade training for the R.A.F. Police. I was only here for that duration, and can remember that it was quite cold. I made ...Read full memory

Police Training At Upavon

I too was at police training school in 1952. After completion I was transferred to RAF Full Sutton in Yorkshire. I was 18 then. I have great memories of my training.

Good Times

I was stationed in Netheravon, not sure of the year, had a good time there, played football for the village.

A memory of Netheravon

Rowes Of Netheravon.

As a little girl I remember visiting Auntie Alice and Uncle Bill Rowe. They lived in Vine Cottage just down from the SSW Army Camp. Dad was stationed there after the Second World ...Read full memory

Police Dog Training Usaf

I am looking for any information of the time I was training in U.S.A.F class 7 and my dog Rusty, Oct to Nov 1957. Mr Frickey was my trainer. I had spent two weeks in ...Read full memory

Looking For Pottie Family Who Lived In Avon Banks In The 1950s

I am looking for Catherine, McKay, Johnstone, Pottie (formally Doyle) who lived at 2 Avon Banks in 1951 and would be grateful for any information about any living relatives.

My Birthplace

It was here in the cottage known as Devonian that I made my first appearance. Mum tells me I was the first 'National Health' child to be born in the village.

A memory of Netheravon by Tony Mills

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