Jun 052019
 

This weekend 8th / 9th June CART is at Southwick Revival 75

Just a reminder that we will be at the Southwick Revival event this weekend (8th/9th June). CART founder Tom Sykes has been there this morning and sent us some great D-Day related images. Thanks Tom.

If you’re in the area then pop along and say hello!

See more about Tom’s work here https://www.facebook.com/cameraopuk

If you haven’t already liked us on Facebook, search for British Resistance Archive – Churchill’s Auxiliary Units. We’re sending out daily Aux reports over these momentous days.

May 262019
 

CART are delighted to announce that we will be attending one of the most prestigious 75th D-Day anniversary events, at Southwick, Hampshire on the 8th & 9th June: https://www.southwickrevival.co.uk/

Southwick House, HQ for the 1944 D-Day preparations, hosted General Eisenhower, Admiral Ramsay and General Montgomery.

The original invasion map is still on the wall…

We will be bringing our Auxiliary Units display and have information at hand. This area was hugely important in the run up to D-Day.

Drop by for a friendly chat and look over our display of Aux Unit artifacts. As Eisenhower said – “OK, let’s Go !”

May 032019
 

The CART team will be attending with our award-winning display of all things ‘Aux’ at Nothe Fort’s 1940’s Home Front Family Weekend 25th & 26th May: https://nothefort.org.uk/news-events/1940s-home-front-family-weekend?occurrenceID=311

Apr 152019
 

CART was at the D-Day Centre, Portland at the weekend. Although a bit chilly, the team were kept in high spirits with mugs of hot tea and cake, while the public and re-enactors were fascinated with everything AUX Units.

Don’t worry if you couldn’t make it, CART will be displaying at Nothe Fort, Weymouth on Sat 25th and Sun 26th May, at their 1940’s Home Front Family Weekend https://nothefort.org.uk/news-events/1940s-home-front-family-weekend?occurrenceID=311

Nov 182018
 

It’s been a busy few days for the CART team!

Our Press Officer Andrew Chatterton delivered a talk to the Newton Poppleford Local Historical Society. Also our Devon researcher, Nina Hannaford brought along a display with information on the local patrols and Special Duties Branch which went down really well.

We already have a couple of new leads for both the Aux Units and Special Duties Branch in East Devon as a result.

Thanks to all who attended and the generous donations !




Nov 132018
 

Well done to all the marchers representing the Auxiliary Units at the Cenotaph on Sunday. So poignant to have so many relatives of Aux Unit members present. 

A wreath was also laid at the replica Operational Base at Coleshill – many thanks to Bob Marchant to laying the wreath and the photos.




Nov 062018
 

On Sunday 11 November, the National Service of Remembrance will be held at the Cenotaph on Whitehall, London.

Starting at 11am, the service will commemorate the contribution of British and Commonwealth military and civilian servicemen and women involved in the two World Wars and later conflicts.

This year, Remembrance Sunday falls on the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. Many of the Auxiliary Unit Patrol Leaders were First World War veterans.

At the moment there will be 14 marching (watch out for D25), a mixture of relatives and CART researchers: David Hancock, Roger Green, Charlie Hancock, Polly Hancock, Paul Jarvis, Alan Jarvis, James Miners, Michael Miners, Philip Merricks, Robert Macaulay, David Macaulay, Jim Gascoyne, Wallace John Hewett and Anita Griggs.

“We will remember them”

 




Jul 272018
 

Jim Gascoyne is the son of an Auxilier & an ATS “secret sweetie” Special Duties operator.

The talk is at Willesborough Windmill TN24 0QG.   18.45 for 19.30 start.

Jim has marched with Auxiliary veterans at the Cenotaph in memory of the Auxiliary Units.

Guaranteed to be an excellent evening !

http://www.coleshillhouse.com/specialdutiesbranch/golding-0-special-duties-radio-zero-station.php