Category Archives: WW2 History

A busy Week at RAF Ripperston

We always enjoy everything we do at the Set House and in the  admin buildings of former GCI Radar Station, RAF Ripperston, especially mending leaky roofs We NEARLY always enjoy everything we do at former GCI Radar Station, RAF Ripperston, … Continue reading

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RAF Ripperston welcomes Baby Bondholder

Baby Betty Visits the Set House at RAF Ripperston We had the most beautiful young visitor to our Guided Tour last week. Five week old Betty. And she didn’t make even a hint of a squeak right through John’s Presentation … Continue reading

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What a Wonderful Day

Yesterday I posted an image of Joe Frowen’s ‘Stargate Astronauts’ Yesterday I had three ‘Stargate Astronauts’ to gaze at with admiration Today I have only two ‘Stargate Astronauts’ remaining here with me. Ah! One of them has gone ‘stargazing’, bought … Continue reading

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Reporting in from ‘RAF Ripperston’

THE SECTOR CLOCK This is our first ‘dispatch’ from former GCI Radar Station, RAF Ripperston. (and with John in charge, these reports may become a little more frequent than my posts when it was just Jane’s Blog. You have been … Continue reading

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