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RLC Museum to close for relocation

The Royal Logistic Corps Museum will close its doors for the final time in Deepcut on Thurs 31 Oct 19.

The closure is to enable the museum staff to begin the task of carefully packing up the exhibits and other artefacts prior to the move to the new RLC Museum building in Worthy Down.

Following the premature closure of The RLC RHQ Officers Mess in Deepcut due to fire risk, the RASC/RCT medal collection and numerous works of art will also require packing and moving to 29 Regt in South Cerney where they will be kept prior to moving to Worthy Down.

The RASC/RCT medal collection will be displayed in its own room at the new RLC Museum in Worthy Down. The museum is due to be re-opened in its new building in Worthy Down in spring 2021.

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