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Soliders cycle to new home in North Luffenham




The medics, mechanics, clerks and physical training instructors who all serve with 2 Medical Regiment took on the challenge to mark the Regiment's re-location from its current base at Haig Barracks in Hohne, Germany to St George's Barracks, North Luffenham. EMN-151007-144424001
The medics, mechanics, clerks and physical training instructors who all serve with 2 Medical Regiment took on the challenge to mark the Regiment's re-location from its current base at Haig Barracks in Hohne, Germany to St George's Barracks, North Luffenham. EMN-151007-144424001

The aching limbs of soldiers from 2 Medical Regiment were soothed by the knowledge that their cycle ride has raised more than £9,000 for Blesma.

The 20-strong team of medical personnel completed a 546-mile cycle ride through three countries from their previous base in Germany to their new home at St George’s Barracks in North Luffenham.

The medics, mechanics, clerks and physical training instructors who all serve with 2 Medical Regiment took on the challenge to mark the Regiment’s re-location from Haig Barracks in Hohne, Germany.


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