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Name: Malcolm Dunthorne
From: Peterborough
E-mail: Contact
My dad was stationed at the camp whilst serving in R.A.O.C in the bakery, think we where there from 1966 - 1969, my mum was in the ladies shooting team, I went to Slim School Secondary, my Brother went to the Junior School, believed we lived on Christchurch if I recall the road was on a hill that ran outside the front of the house, down the bottom of the hill was access to the beach/Cubs & Scouts hut?

Admin reply: Thanks for leaving a message. There might be photos of the Ladies shooting team somewhere. Pam
 
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Name: ALAN WALKER
From: BRISTOL
E-mail: Contact
Very interesting site, thanks Pam. We are planning to visit Malaysia next March and would love to go to Terendak camp, will use your information to get going forward. Cheers, Alan & Eileen Walker

Admin reply: I know an ex Terendakian who could give you some advice. Let me know if you need any. Pam
 
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Name: HOWARD GUEST
From: CHATHAM KENT
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served in the m.t troop HQ 208 sigs from 1967 to1969

Admin reply: Lots of 208 are around and visit here regularly. Thanks for leaving message. Pam
 
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Name: Chris Smith
From: UK
E-mail: Contact
Hi I wonder if you can help. My wife was born on Terendak Camp in 1963, she left in 1966 with her parents.
We have a holiday planned this year (30th wedding anniversary) and have a 3 day stay in Malacca. It would be nice to visit the camp to see her place of birth.
would you know how to make arrangements to visit please?

Admin reply: Hi Chris, I will put you in touch with some one who arranges things. Every 2 or 3 years ex pupils from the Terendak schools go back there. I'll pass you on. Pam
 
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Name: Graham Keogh
From: camberley surrey
E-mail: Contact
Hello Geordie Iceton,nice to see you have surfaced after all these years, I hope you are OK, would like to bump into the others, Fred Luck, Dick Mills,Wacky Ward,Brummy Winters,Geordie Dryborough,Geordie Mason.A lot of other faces Ican see but can't remember their names.

Admin reply: George is around. I have his contact details. Pam
 
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Name: Martin "Scouse" Ratia
From: UK, Oz, VN
ANZAC Day today - time to reflect on the horrors of war and the unselfish valour of those who gave their lives. Lest we forget...
 
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Name: Zack
From: Malaysia
E-mail: Contact
Slim School 1972

Admin reply: Morning Zack. N ice to see you. Pam
 
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Name: John Morgan
From: UK
E-mail: Contact
Tks Pam, for help in contacting the 'idle' Big Tam Lindsay.

Admin reply: Glad to have been of help. Pam
 
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Name: Martin "Scouse" Ratia
From: UK, Oz, VN
Rest assured, Dave - the vast majority of us did the same! I was attached to 1NZ (as it was then) in 1962 or '63, forget which. Will never forget the fun we had after exercises when we returned to camp, hurled mattresses out of windows, raided the cookhouse and settled in for a feast of Tiger beer and meat bones to the music of Maori guitars that always appeared as if by magic!
 
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Name: David Comber
From: Tauranga NZ
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I was directed to this site by a member of ARRSE.
I served in Terendak 1966-68, in 1RNZIR.
Although I don't know anyone in the photos, one thing that strikes me is how young they look, and I have no doubt that I looked the same as I was only 19 when I was posted there.

In the early 1980s, I went through Terendak for a look, as I was working in Singapore at the time as a civvy.
The state of the camp appalling from how I remember it.

The beauty of Terendak, is that if you were so inclined, is that you could go for a night out without leaving the camp, such were the facilities.
Although in my case the Evergreens beckoned, and from there other points of interest, and I'm saying nothing, to no one. My lips are sealed

Admin reply: I haven't been on ARSE for a couple of years. Welcome to our site. Pam
 
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