Some great pictures from the film as well.
A scan of the printed article can be seen as a PDF here
You have the chance to take part in a unique event that allows you to learn more about the Auxiliary Units from the comfort of your own home.
CART is planning to hold a ‘virtual’ online conference in 2012 which will see some of the country’s leading researchers on the Auxiliary Units give talks over 12 hours.
The event will utilise simple downloadable software which will allow you to see the speaker, chat in a live chat window to them and others and view PowerPoint slides etc.
Before we can plan this event we need YOUR feedback. Please have your say about the event here
We have just added some info on the Madron Aux Unit from Cornwall to the site.
You can see Nina’s collated info here
We have just added info on the Maiden Newton Auxiliary Unit Patrol in Dorset.
See the article here
After scouring the Internet for Aux related research again this afternoon, I came across a video by thebritishww2man
He is a follower of our YouTube account and has made a model of an Aux Unit OB (Operational Base) from Lego.
You can see his video below. His attention to detail and knowledge of the Aux Units is very good.
We have just added Suffolk’s Laxfield Auxiliary Unit to the website.
Our Suffolk researcher Evelyn and Norfolk researcher Adrian found the Operational Base and have provided the report which can be seen here.
It has taken sometime but all the finds images from Coleshill Uncovered are now available to view on the Coleshill Uncovered website.
Please have a look through them and if you can identify any unknown items please let us know.
The full report from the week is due in early 2012. There are currently no plans for future work on site.
Today we added Suffolk’s Framlingham Auxiliary Unit to our website.
There was not much for our Suffolk researcher to see but they found the site of the OB.
You can see the full report here