Memories of Catterick

The 1st week of June - Richmond House - Vimy lines. 20 Troop, D.I Sgt Major Geough, Cpl Joness, l/cpl Peter Tiltman, Sgt Geough, 20 Troop won drill for 3rd time - so he keeps the cup. Over my dead body if necessary. I was the one to be beasted and right marker 4.30am til 22.00 hrs (never left me) - (...Read full memory)

I learned the game of snooker here as a young lad. My father was based in Catterick. I also learned to swim at the pool there.

Trained with the 5th Dragoon Guards, cannot remember intake number, only that it was April 17th 1956 by a Cpl. Blinkhorn. What stands out a Sgt. D'arcy riding around on an Indian motor bike, he sometimes rode side-saddle.

Hi there. Myself and my fiancee have just moved into a cottage in Catterick village called 'Old Crown Cottage', this I've been told used to be a coaching inn/public house called 'The Crown'. I am looking for anyone with information or photographs of my cottage, any other photos of the high street in (...Read full memory)

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