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RAF Headley Court, near Epsom in Surrey, is a non-flying establishment opened during WW2 originally as HQ Canadian forces, and became a rehabilitation centre for injured RAF and Joint Services personnel.


It is now the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre (DMRC), and its purpose is to return services folk to duty, or to prepare them for civilan life if they will be unable to continue in the Forces.


SSAFA and Help For Heroes, among many other charities and organisations, are involved in helping the DMRC provide facilities for both those posted to the centre due to injury, and families visiting the area.


ARRSE, in it's own little way, assisted during Op NIMBY. When The first of the SSAFA Norton Homes was established.