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Royal Signals Museum

Blandford Camp

Blandford Forum

Dorset

DT11 8RH

Tel: 01258 482 248

Social Media: @SignalsMuseum

 

Visit Enquiries

Questions about events, group visits, guided tours, as well as all press or media enquiries.

adam@royalsignalsmuseum.co.uk

Tel: 07775 330 169

 

Donation & Sponsorship Enquiries

Questions about donating equipment, medals, clothing or money.

Email: director@royalsignalsmuseum.co.uk
Tel: 01258 482 267

 

Volunteer & Work Experience Enquiries

Questions about organising a work placement or contributing your time to curatorial and research projects at the Royal Signals Museum.

Email: director@royalsignalsmuseum.co.uk
Tel: 01258 482 267

 

Archive Enquiries

Questions about family history, research requests about the Royal Corps of Signals, equipment specifications, etc.

Please note that the Royal Signals Museum archive service is temporarily closed to new enquiries whilst our hardworking team of volunteers diligently deal with the backlog.

 

Family Enquiries

If you are seeking information about a family member, please visit:
https://www.gov.uk/get-copy-military-records-of-service

 

Medals

If you are seeking clarification about service medals, please visit:
https://www.gov.uk/apply-medal-or-veterans-badge/apply-for-a-medal

 

Corps History

If you are seeking an overview of the history of the Royal Corps of Signals, please download our free Bloomberg Connects guide:
https://www.royalsignalsmuseum.co.uk/visit-us/guide/

The following books may also assist with research:

  • The Royal Corps of Signals: Unit Histories of the Corps (1920-2001) and its Antecedents, Cliff Lord and Graham Watson (Helion, 2003)
  • The Royal Corps of Signals: A History of its Antecedents and Development (circa 1800-1955), R. F. H. Nalder (RSI, 1958)
  • The Vital Link: Post-war History of the Royal Signals (1945-1987), Philip Warner (Pen & Sword Books, 1989)
  • Roger So Far… The first 100 years of the Royal Corps of Signals, eds. N. Kendall-Carpenter (History Press, 2020)
  • Honours, Decorations, and Medals to the Royal Corps of Signals for Gallantry & Distinguished Service (1920-2020), Nick Metcalfe (RSI, 2021)

 

Radio or Cryptography

If you are seeking information about radio or cryptographic equipment used by the British Army, please refer to the following websites:
Louis Meulstee’s Wireless for the Warrior –

https://www.wftw.nl/b-one-default.html

The virtual Crypto Museum based in The Netherlands –

https://www.cryptomuseum.com/