I mentioned a couple of things on the 'latest' SLR thread about the firemen's strike in 1977. I didn't want it to usurp the interesting banter and the downright rudeness of the why's and wherefores of the good 'ole SLR. So I've started a new thread. I realise there will be some don't have a clue what it's about, but that's true anyway .... also there must be some old frats still around.... well look at the SLR thread. I spent about 10 days in a TA Drill Hall in Leicester covering the firemen's strike and then managed to get shifted. The main building was Victorian or Edwardian I reckon, definitely before WW1. It was a running concern, there was a bar upstairs with a retired squaddies group. There were meetings and fitness classes, a reading room and TV room and a stage. A load of young squaddies were dumped on the drill hall floor on camp beds. I've been told it was near Glen Parva. It wasn't the Ulverscroft Road Royal Anglian TA place, I've looked on Google Earth. That's too modern. Any ideas anyone?