REME Museum is on the Move!

Museum Front

REME Museum is due to close to the public after the 25th April to start preparations for its relocation to MoD Lyneham, Wiltshire.

To celebrate our final day, the Museum will be having a ‘Last Big Bash’.

Please see our website for more details: http://www.rememuseum.org.uk/news.aspx?nid=40

Jennifer Allison – Curator

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REME Museum

The REME Museum was established in 1958 to preserve the heritage of the Corps of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. The Museum is currently closed to the public as it relocates from Arborfield, Berkshire to Lyneham Wiltshire. This blog will follow the progress of the move from closing in Arborfield to reopening in Lyneham

2 thoughts on “REME Museum is on the Move!”

  1. After the disastrous desert campaign when disabled A V’s were left on the battlefield in 1942 I received a letter from Dr C P Snow. He advised me of a new Engineer Army Corp was to be created would I care to be involved. I accepted. I was instructed to attend a half day interview at 11 Wellgarth Road NW11, after basic training, eventually posted to OCTU Foremark Hall, Foremark , Derbyshire, DE65 6EJ. There I joined 20 or so others to be the first to be commissioned in the R E M E. I have happy memories of Arborfield, and Commanding a T A Corp Troops Workshop In Guildford a frequent visitor to the annual Regimental Dinners. I am sure the move to Lyneham will be a huge success, and congratulations to all concerned.
    Frank Farrar, 300324

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