Wretham has a NAAFI bar when the civvies can be arsed to open it. Accommodation is basic, mostly old nissan huts with around ten to a hut. No lockers either, unless you are in a 3/4 man half hut. The food there is okay. Don't know about training as that's up to your lot!
Quite a basic camp, Nissen huts and the like. Haven't been there for 11 years so can't comment on the food. The best thing about the place is the fact that you are right on the training area and STANTA is a pretty good area, not too hilly!
Was there in 2007. Camp is ok but basic. Food is the usual, unpredictable. Training areas are pretty good. NAAFI staff are not really fans of cadets. Well, they weren't then. Saying that, i liked the place. Much better than fecking Rollestone Camp, even if it did have a pitch and putt course.
blimey is that camp still there, thought they would have torn it down by now, was there in the eighties and it was a sh!thole then, nissan huts circa 1940 hot in summer freezing in winter, good training area though and who said frog hill was a hill! just a gentle stroll, is the 1940's bailley bridge still standing!!