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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   14/8/2011, 08:31

steve_graham wrote:
According to my Birth Certificate this was a RAF Hospital not a BMH one. Is BMH still correct???

Yes, all hospitals are called BMH (British Military Hospital) however, the RAF called their RAF Hospital to distinguish it from the Army ones.

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Places Served : Krefeld, Verden, Blandford Catterick Loughboro Culty Braggan.
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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   14/8/2011, 16:22

Will be going out there this October, probably be the last as they willbe handing all over the Germans fairly soon so anything could happen after that.

Will stay in Venlo and drive into JHQ only takes 20/30 minutes. If anyone wants any pics taking please let me know.

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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   14/8/2011, 16:23

Talking of Venlo, does anyone else have any fond memories of the place, we used like a weekend holiday camp when I was at 28 sigs, fantastic people the Dutch.
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Places Served : Sennelager, Mil Wing MPH, Ditton, Hohne, Sennelager(again), Newcastle and Rheindahlen
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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   15/8/2011, 19:20

I would love as many pictures as you care to take (!) of Rheindahlen please. If you knew the old Rheindahlen could you also take a piccie of the area of the old MRS which I was Chief Clerk of and I understand doesn't exist now. Other than that then as many as you like. I was quartered in Bath Walk so any of that area would be nice. Well.... if you don't ask you don't get! Seriously though, very grateful for anything.
Speaking of 28 Sigs. When I was there in the 80's they were the very top dogs in the football competitions and I believe were Army champs at least once. I was a referee and have some very fond memories of St Tonis.
Also loved Venlo. I remember a very fine cheese shop there.
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PostSubject: RAF wegberg   12/11/2012, 11:21

IWAS THERE ON FRIDAY LAST WEEK FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1984

A film company are using it to shoot a film based in the 70s about refugees and i have a small part as an extra i will shoot some photos and post them in a week or so !
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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   16/1/2014, 15:33

The Royal Air Force Museum Laarbruch Weeze could get quite a nice model of Wegberg Hospital.
WEGBERG HOSPITAL
One more reason to visit our  museum:
Website RAF Museum Laarbruch
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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   27/2/2015, 05:40

My sister was born there.


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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   6/3/2015, 12:33

Hi there,

in ther early nineties I was proud to geht some skills as a medical student from Düsseldorf, Germany Art RAF Hospital Wegberg. I enjoyed this time very mich - being abroad in the neighbourhood!

Hospital was still working, redundency plan has been in preparation and I have learned a lot!

If there is so around from the staff I would be glad to refresh the contact...

Regards,

Ian
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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   17/4/2017, 18:40

The day before yesterday - on 14th April 2017 - part of RAF Hospital Wegberg was burning.
Article in Newsblog
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Places Served : Oswestry, Paderborn, Barnard Castle, Catterick, NI, Bristol, Cyprus, Munsterlager, NI,Sennelager , NI , Rge Control/STC Sennelager/ GSU Sennelager as Civvy
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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   19/4/2017, 00:29

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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   23/4/2017, 13:44

another site recording RAF WEGBERG among other former locations:


http://www.ace-high-journal.eu/wegberg---hospital.html

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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   31/10/2018, 00:23

The Hospital has been empty a while. Vandals and scrappies have been in. The premises actually were handed back to the German Government (Bundesanstalt für Immobilienaufgaben - BImA, used to be Bundesvermögensamt):

https://www.lost-place.org/objekte/oeffentlicher-dienst/raf-hospital-krankenhaus-der-royal-air-force/
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