At the RMA entrance, your name will be checked against the list of participants (which we have to submit in advance) and your photo ID and you will be directed to Le Marchant Square (at the left of Old College), from which it is a short walk to the Grand Entrance of Old College. There will be IOP/REMS signposting. In the afternoon, the RLCM car park is accessible without checks.
We will then be given a tour lasting 1.5 hours, to include a historical perspective, the famous India Room, the other formal rooms, and the Sandhurst Memorial Chapel, in which many military conflicts are remembered. Our guide, Peter Miller, would be pleased to know in advance of any family or ancestral connections with the army, so that he can point out things of particular relevance (in the chapel, for example).
After lunch in the Old College Conference Room, we meet up again at the Royal Logistics Corps Museum, Princess Royal Barracks, Deepcut, Camberley GU16 6RW. The museum is well signed off the B3015, and is only a little way along Blackdown Road.
This visit has been organised by Roger and Dianne Woodham. Booking with the REMS Secretary is essential. We will meet in Old College Conference Room for refreshments from 10:30.
The tour will start at 11:00. All guests must bring photographic ID to gain entrance – passport, driving licence etc. The name on this document must match that given on the nominal roll. Anyone not possessing photographic ID must have their mother’s maiden name put on the nominal roll to act as a password.
The Booking Form (available from the REMS Secretary) also requires lunch requests, pack lunches can be taken.