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Archives & Library

Due to relocation of the museum, The RLC Museum archive and library is closed. The online archive can still be accessed.

The RLC Museum online archive provides access to a wealth of digitised Corps Journals, enlistments books, diaries, photographs and vehicle records. Often a great deal of information can be found here to assist with your enquiry.

Unfortunately due to the move of the museum to Winchester, the archive and library are currently closed to the visiting public and therefore the archival staff are not able to assist with research enquiries until after the move.

WW1 Service records that survive are available from the National Archive.

Service records for a solider whose service ended after 1921 are available from the MOD.

In 2021 the new archive, reading room and library will be fully open to the public, with extensive research facilities, copying and high resolution scanning equipment being made available.

An excellent on-line archive is available at the RLC Digital Archive via the button below.

Museum Closed

The RLC Museum is closed. It will re-open in Worthy Down in 2021.

Address

The Royal Logistic Corps Museum
The Princess Royal Barracks
Deepcut, Surrey, GU16 6RW
Telephone: 01252 833371

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Free Parking

The Museum has extensive free parking for cars, motorbikes and bicycles.

Accessibility

We have good disabled access, an accessible toilet and free parking. Feel free to contact us ahead of your visit to discuss your individual needs.

 

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Tel: 01252 833484
Email: shop@rlcmueum.com
Website: www.rlcmuseumshop.co.uk

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The Royal Logistic Corps

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The Royal Logistic Corps

Over 4-5 March a team of 12 from 3 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps will pull a 4-tonne VW van as far as they can in 24 hours. The event will take place at Blenheim Palace and will raise money for ABF The Soldiers' Charity and Mind as well as supporting the #ArmyConfidence recruitment campaign.

Please visit their page and support these great causes. #WeAreTheRLC
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RLC Chefs, Cpl Grahame Wickam and LCpl Richie Godden, as part of the Combined Services Culinary Arts Team are going for Gold at the 2020 Culinary Olympics in Stuttgart. The event takes place 14-19 Feb and attracts 2000 civilian and military chefs from across the globe.

At a final practice held at Food Services Wing Worthy Down last week, the team prepared an amazing three course meal for 120 covers. Based on that they have a great chance of a medal. Good luck.
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On 5 Feb the Army’s Apprenticeship Launch took place in support of the National Apprenticeship Week.

The successful nominees for the upcoming Army Apprenticeships Awards were present. The Colonel RLC said how extremely proud he is of the work the soldiers have put into completing their awards and congratulated them on progressing to the Army Apprenticeship Finals on 11 Mar.

The Colonel RLC's aspiration to secure an apprenticeship for all direct entry RLC soldiers, was furthered during the week at a visit to 17 Port and Maritime Regiment RLC, Marchwood to confirm if Mr K Foster, CEO of the Workboat Association and Mr M Ince from the RLC's service provider Pearson would support the aspiration for RLC Mariners to be enrolled on the L2 Workboat Crew Member Apprenticeship. WO1 Styles on behalf the Regiment and staff from 73 Squadron were on hand to ask questions. #WeAreTheRLC Army Jobs
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