The Royal Logistic Corps Museum readies for the move to its new home

We attended a small farewell party yesterday evening. It was to say thanks to staff, museum friends, and volunteers at the closing of public access to the Royal Logistic Corps Museum in Deepcut.

The new museum of the RLC opens in spring 2021 at Worthy Down Barracks near Winchester. In the meanwhile artifacts, records, heritage military vehicles will be progressively transferred from Deepcut to the museum’s new home.

In the photos below is Simon Walmsley thanking everyone at the farewell party, and a photo of the museum team. Below the photos is a short video of me interviewing Simon, who thanks the Borough for being its home for 25 years, and describes the plans for the new museum

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