Mar 232018
 

It is with sadness we report the passing of Auxilier, Victor Stemp.

Victor was part of the Great Bealings Patrol.

Their training was carried out by regular army soldiers based at Framlingham, including Capt Hoberton, Sgt Barry and four privates. They learnt about setting booby traps and how to move about without being seen. Victor also remembered training with grenades at GHQ Coleshill.

Our condolences to his family.

We understand that his funeral is on Tuesday at Great Bealings and his daughter has kindly arranged for any donations to be made to the BRO (British Resistance Org) Museum

At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.

 

Jan 032013
 

184424_323774857727986_1310578704_nTomorrow night at the Martlesham Heath Community Hall, Suffolk (Behind Tesco) the Martlesham Heath Aviation Society are holding a talk called “The Mobile Squad” Churchill’s Secret Army.

Auxilier Ivan Potter will be talking about his time served in the Belstead Patrol.

The talk starts at 7:30pm. Admission is £1:50 for members and £2.50 for non members. Call H King on 01473 274300 for tickets etc.

More here http://www.facebook.com/pages/Martlesham-Heath-Aviation-Society-and-Control-Tower-Museum/118303728275101

See more on Ivan’s Patrol here 

Oct 242012
 

Today we have added info on the Ousden Special Duties Section Control Station located at Littly Wood in Suffolk. Stations on the Inner network did not have outstations of their own but rather served the purpose of gathering (and under certain circumstances relaying) information.  All these Inner network stations were in contact with one or more Control stations that were supplied with information by their own specific networks comprising a number of out and sub-outstations.

A fairly complicated set up which has been clearly explained by our researchers here

Oct 212012
 

Bachelor’s Hall in Hundon, Suffolk was the first headquarters of the Special Duties Section or SDS. The top secret communication network set up to allow SDS members to report on German troop movement if we had been invaded.

The report is based primarily on information supplied by Capt Ken Ward (Royal Corps of Signals), the leader of the original TRD design team (interview 10 August 1999) and it can be read here.

Aug 172012
 

An unknown Operational Base marks the end of CART’s published research for Suffolk Auxiliary Unit Patrols.

CART researchers believe they have uncovered all the known patrols in the county and now hope the public can help fill in any last pieces.

You can read the report on this OB here

Aug 162012
 

We have just added another Auxiliary Unit Patrol to the site.

Raydon patrol was also referred to as Stratford St Mary Patrol and formed part of Ipswich Group (Group No 5 Suffolk.

Sadly the OB has now collapsed but you can read the full report here

 

May 202012
 

We have added the Wickham Market/Little Glemham Auxiliary Unit Patrol to the site.

The team used the codename of ‘Thrush’.

The full report by our Norfolk and Suffolk CIO’s can be seen here.

 

Apr 052012
 

We have just added information on the Ipswich II Auxiliary Unit patrol from Suffolk to the site.

The OB has sadly long gone. Apart from patrol leader Sgt Neville G Palmer in the centre, front row of the picture, they don’t know who is who in the photo and would be grateful to hear from anybody who can put names on the other men. The report, by our CIO’s Evelyn Simak and Adrian Pye.

See the full page here