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Wings Over Wick
Rowan (LACW Tate when in WAAF), Wallsend, Tyne & Wear
I don't know if Wick is still a dry town (not allowed to sell alcohol at all) so we did most of our socialising on camp and the locals were allowed to come in. Four of us were billeted in 2 bedroomed houses on camp, just like council houses. There were a few of them and we used to eat in the mess house.
We used to work shifts on Signals in the Operations Room using Morse code and we had to listen out for any calls from aircraft. I have a Grandson (11) and Granddaughter (6) who think I'm magic because I can do Morse code!