The village of Drellingore lies 3 miles north-east of Folkestone.
|Sergeant George Albert Marsh||
|14 Jun 1940||1944|
|Private Frederick William Castle||
|27 Feb 1941||1944|
|Private Keith Vaughan Dewar||22 Jul 1942||30 Oct 1942|
|Private Dennis Gordon Dewar||
|20 Jun 1942||1944|
|Private Charles Henry Fayers||
Boot repairer and sweet shop owner
|02 May 1943||1944|
|Private Thomas Edward Holmans||
|10 Jan 1943||1944|
|Private Samuel Lloyd Osborne||
Butcher and farmer
|Private Geoffrey Charles Richards||
|29 Jun 1940||1944|
The Operational Base was built in woods above Drellingore.
The main shelter has completely collapsed leaving only the remains of a block built end wall and the corrugated iron remains of the main chamber structure.
Only the block built entrance shaft with metal rungs and the concrete escape tunnel remains intact.
TNA ref WO199/3391 and WO199/3390
Hancock data held at B.R.A