Civilian staff at the Defence School of Transport with over 100 years of service between them have been acknowledged.
From the Kings Messengers of medieval England and the Royal Post of King Edward IV, through to the establishment of the Royal Engineers in 1913 and then the Royal Logistics Corp in 1993,
A group of girls from Newland School for Girls in Hull recently visited the Defence School of Transport to gain a better understanding of what life in the Armed Forces has to offer.
Learner drivers shared their experiences behind the wheel with the Archbishop of York when he visited the Defence School of Transport.
The Big Lunch event is a simple idea from the Eden Project, the aim is to get as many people as possible across the whole of the UK to have lunch with their neighbours once a year for a simple act of community, friendship and fun.
Sergeant Gareth Young has been awarded a Commandant’s Commendation for his contribution and commitment to sport at the Defence School of Transport. Hull born Gareth was presented the award by DST’s Commandant, Colonel Rob Peacock.
A new bar, Bar 202 has been opened at Leconfield Defence School of Transport bearing the name of the E Flight 202, the final RAF Unit that will serve at the base.
Demolition of old student accommodation blocks has started at the Defence School of Transport in Leconfield.
Mrs Jenny Farmer retired on Friday 19 July 2013 after teaching at Leconfield Primary School for 25 years, with her last 21 years being spent as the school’s head teacher.
BBC’s Countryfile presenter Julia Bradbury has recently visited the Defence School of Transport, Leconfield. Despite DST being the world’s largest residential military driving school,
Leconfield Playing Fields Association has been successful in obtaining £27,177 funding for new playground equipment from the national £30m Armed Forces Community Covenant Grant Scheme.
Huddersfield PGCE University Professional Graduate acquires the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) L5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring after completing the Defence Instructor Monitoring & Evaluation (DIME) Course
The Defence School of Transport, based at Normandy Barracks, Leconfield, will exercise the Freedom of the East Riding at Beverley’s next Armed Forces Day on Sunday 7th July 2013.
Military and civilian staff at the Defence School of Transport, Leconfield helped raise funds for Comic Relief on Friday 15 March.
Military and civilian staff at the Defence School of Transport have said a fond farewell to their Commandant, Colonel Paul Ash who leaves to become the Commander of HQ Royal Logistic Corps TA in Grantham.
To mark Commonwealth Day, a special event will be held at the Defence School of Transport at Leconfield which will comprise of a Caribbean Steel Band, traditional Commonwealth foods from around the world and information boards.
In December Geoff Eggleton from the Defence School of Transport and his wife Trish visited Myanmar, Burma for a holiday, this isn’t the first time they have spent holidays there.
Six members of staff from the Defence School of Transport have recently received their awards in PGCE and Cert Ed (five pictured) at the Beverley Minster.