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RAF Halton 1953 to 1956

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BillinOz Report 18 Mar 2014 00:32

Hi Colin, previously commented, I was at Halton,and Cosford, in 51 to 52.
message may have gone astray.
must be many people out there that were at Halton at that time, Probably on forces re-united.
For Example :"We found 17 Ken Harding's in the Forces Reunited database."

Bill in Oz.


Colin Report 14 Mar 2014 01:44

Hi Bill,
many thanks for the info, will give it a try. Bill, I have never received any other messages from you??.


BillinOz Report 13 Mar 2014 05:22

Hi Colin again.
Only address I can add to my last
Roy Gooden. secretary of the RAF Boy Entrants Association.
Also at

Bill in Oz


Colin Report 13 Mar 2014 02:20

Just another nudge, thanks.


+++DetEcTive+++ Report 30 Jan 2014 11:04

First post by Colin in Jan 2012 - 'Nudged' on 6 Jan 2014.

Although the site guidelines do state that duplicate threads should not be posted, many members don't browse the find Living Relatives board.

Extracted from that which could be appropriate to the Military Chat aspect.
Hi all, another bit of info. Kenneth was an apprentice at RAF Halton 1953 - 1956, working on engines. He was billeted in room 11/2. This intake of apprentices have formed their own club and it's called the 7T5 Club. Maybe, this will jog a memory of any of his fellow apprentices.Still searching.
Rather than 'military inclined members repeat record searches, please read and add any results to the 'looking for' thread. Lets leave this one alone to attract people who might have had an RAF connection and knew Ken

Thank you


Colin Report 6 Jan 2014 02:03

Hello again,
just a nudge hoping it may jog a memory.


Colin Report 19 Nov 2013 00:18

Thank you Reggie, have tried them and they do not have any info after he left RAF Halton. Thanks again.


Reggie Report 18 Nov 2013 12:26

Try Forces Reunited


Colin Report 17 Nov 2013 02:12

Hi Andysmum,
many thanks for your reply. I knew he was at RAF Halton and about the 7T5 club. there are photos of him on that site. What I am trying to establish is, his whereabouts from the time he left Halton, until now.


Andysmum Report 16 Nov 2013 22:31

Try this - you might be lucky.


Colin Report 16 Nov 2013 19:38

Were you at RAF Halton as an apprentice during years 1953 to 1956. If so, can you remember Ken Harding an apprentice in the engines section. He left Chatham Tech High School for boys to serve at RAF Halton. He appears to be a long lost relative, and am trying to find any information about him from his apprenticeship time until now. Any help or information, however little, will be very much welcome.
Many thanks for any help.

PS, I have tried the 7T5 Club, he is listed as NOT FOUND.