News & Announcements

In Memory Lt Col M G Fahy & Funeral Details

The following article written, by Lt Col M G Fahy, and picture (above) first appeared in Lioness No1 2005 and is republished here in memory of her life and service.                 Funeral Details are as follows - Worcester Crematorium 10 Tintern Ave Worcester WR3 8EJ...

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Barbara Danter

With great sadness, we inform you of the death of Barbara Danter. Her funeral will be on Weds Oct 24th at 12.40 at Wilford Hill Crematorium Loughborough Road West Bridgford Notts NG2 7FE. Followed by drinks and light refreshments at the Wolds pub (NG2 7HZ 5 mins from...

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Dame Joanna Kelleher DBE

It is with sadness that we inform you of the passing of Dame Joanna Kelleher DBE yesterday evening (Sunday 23rd September). The funeral of Dame Joanna Kelleher DBE will be on 24th October at St Andrews Garrison Church in Aldershot commencing at 1030.   Dame Joanna...

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DISPLAY AT BLETCHLEY PARK – 80 YEARS OF THE ATS

On the 6th September 2018 Bletchley Park are launching a new exhibition to commemorate 80 years since the formation of the ATS. By 1945 414 members of the ATS worked at Bletchley Park in signals intelligence and support roles. The display will take the form of a...

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Joyce Gladys Schulte

It is with sadness that we inform you of the passing of Royal Hospital Chelsea In-Patient Joyce Gladys Schulte (ATS) who died on Wed 18 Jul 18. The funeral will take place on Thu 23 Aug 18 at 1400 hrs in the All Saints Chapel, Royal Hospital...

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ATS 80th Anniversary Celebrations

Today we're celebrating the 80th Anniversary of the formation of the ATS (Auxiliary Territorial Service) with the Rededication of the ATS Lady Statue at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire. Over the past month, we've been sharing on our Facebook and...

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From the Archive – Lioness 01 1978

From the Archive - Lioness 01 1978 Main Photograph: Officer Cadet Elaine Marnoch who is the first woman to play as lone piper on the battlements of Edinburgh Castle. Below is a report on the visit of HRH Duchess of Kent to WRAC College,...

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A LONDON COMMEMORATION FOR CAPTAIN EILEEN CARTER

With the support of the WRAC Association, the Middlesex Yeomanry Association, the Berkshire Yeomanry Association and Captain Carter’s family, a London Commemoration of Eileen’s long and significant military service is being held at the Lincoln’s Inn Army Reserve...

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Wonderful Women Stories

We've had a really enthusiastic response to our request for your 'Wonderful Women' stories and many have already sent us their completed forms. If you haven't already completed one of these forms then you can download a form by clicking here. Please post your...

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Betty Webb on British Forces Radio

Did you miss Betty Webb, 94, recollect some of her incredible stories from WW2 and working at Bletchley Park on BFPS Radio this week? You can now listen to the interview...

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Sheelagh Wilson

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Sheelagh Wilson, secretary of Suffolk Branch on Sunday 4th March.

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Joan De-Vall

With great sadness, we confirm the death of Joan De-Vall. Her funeral will be on Friday, Feb 16th at 13:30 at Gilroes Crematorium Groby Road Leicester LE3 9QG Followed by a wake at the Heathley Park Groby Road LE3 9QE If you are intending on attending please inform...

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