Our Page Sponsors
Paddy White attends many events as re-enacting a Worcestershire Auxilier and has been a kind supporter of CART.
This website was generously sponsored by The Gerry Holdsworth Special Forces Charitable Trust.
Preserving and promoting the wartime heritage of the SOE and Special Forces.
Sponsored by Ken Tregenna Ellis in memory of CQMS Roy Tregenna Ellis
Hugh's father Charles, from Little Bromley, was in the Mistley (aka Horsley Cross) Patrol in Essex. Hugh has written the life story of Suffolk Auxilier, Ivan Potter and also of an Essex Auxilier, Peter Louis Potter (no relation) from Fingringhoe Patrol. Both are available from his website www.frostick.co.uk
Ann is the granddaughter of Louis Potter and niece of Peter Potter from the Fingringhoe Patrol in Essex. She sponsors the Fingringhoe Patrol where her mother and family lived for the early part of the war.
Sponsored by various kind individual donors
We are grateful to various anonymous and crowd-funded donations that help us maintain this site.
Thanks to National Lottery players, we received a grant in 2022 from the Heritage Fund for our CART 360° project, visually documenting OBs and other structures for posterity, also including support for Welsh Translation on the website. While the grant funds the equipment and professional help for the project, all our field work and other activity is carried out by unpaid volunteers as usual.
Victoria Whitfield neé Stothard
This page is sponsored by Tewkesbury Medieval Festival
Hugh Frostick sponsors this page, Hugh's father Charles, from Little Bromley, was in the Mistley Patrol in Essex. Hugh has written the life story of another Essex Auxilier, Peter Louis Potter, from Fingringhoe Patrol. This book, "Tales of Peter Potter", is available on his website at www.frostick.co.uk along with the tale of a Suffolk Auxilier, Ivan Potter (no relation).
Andy Chatterton, who is now CART's Press Officer, kindly sponsored this page.
"Baltonsborough was the first Auxiliary Unit Patrol and Operational Base that I started my Aux Unit research on."
Trevor of Perranporth in Cornwall was hugely influential in remembering Auxiliary Units.
This page is kindly sponsored by Geoff Dewing, the author of the booklet "Suffolk's Secret Army 1996", available now as a download from our shop.
Sponsored by Richard Tregenna Ellis in memory of CQMS Roy Tregenna Ellis