Keeping their memories alive
Blazon: On a Mount a Hurst of Oaktrees proper the whole surmounted of a Lion rampant
Link: The hurst attudes to a nearby oakgrove reputed to have hidden Charles I whilst this associtaion is continued
with the Lion which comes from the Arms of the Cromwell Family who were residents in the area.
Date of Issue: December 1955
Motto: 'PRO ARIS ET FOCIS' - For Health And Home.
RAF Station Upwood Opened on 26 January 1937 and finally closed in March 1981
Commissioned by Bernard and Richard Clarkson and dedicated to all air and groundcrew who served at RAF Station Upwood.
This year is the 20th anniversary of my Website.
Thanks to everyone who has made it possible.
Airmen's mess 23rd Feb 2018
and view my Guestbook
Please note, my old guest book has closed down due to HTML Gear shutting down their server
Many thanks to all the people who have signed my guest book, reading your remarks makes it all worth while
I am on the search for any Pictures
of RAF Upwood of any sort, no matter how small or if you only have one. Any
information that you have would be of great help also. Please drop me an email
Please Help!!!!!!!! Thanks Sean Edwards
The RAF Upwood Website
has been running since March 1998
Many thanks for all the people who have help me over the years, without your help the website would be alot smaller. Please keep the pictures and information coming.
Alan Dooley at Little Raveley sign post 1950s