Driver training, Leconfield, late 1986. I loved the place. I think it was a combination of learning to drive and the camp itself (yeah, it was a dump), but after the theory training in the classroom, I spent three weeks waiting to start my driver training, so each day was spent (in October) going around the camp and carrying out duties such as sweeping the roads, general maintenance in the blocks and helping the civvies in the stores, all with loads of GADAFFI breaks. After basic and then Wallop, Leconfield was a welcomed breeze. The PT sessions were also a giggle. 300+ troops going over the assault course in one go, or the BFT on the side road next to the camp, the one which you could cut nearly half a mile off by jumping the side gate !! Then the driver training with the civvie instructor. Stopping at the road side cafes, driving for miles on end and getting paid for it, plus waving to the girlies in Hull and Beverley. Weather was unseasonable as well, bright and warm. Oh, to be able to turn the clock back. Anyone else care to share some good memories?