|Observer||Dr Charles Gordon Sinclair||Unknown||20 Jul 1944|
|Operator||Mr Laurence Knell Pye||Unknown||20 Jul 1944|
|Operator||Mr Harold West||Unknown||20 Jul 1944|
The first Station was a dugout on the outskirts of Telscombe Village. It is said a poacher discovered this so it was moved to a new dugout in the garden of the vicarage so it is assumed the Vicar was aware and possibly involved. This again was discovered so it was moved again.
The Station was moved to Moon's Plantation, Falmer around 5 miles to the Northwest of the first location in Telscombe. This would have been after the Spring of 1942 when Laurence Pye moved to Moon's Farm. It appears Harold West remained involved.
The dugout was at the top of a slope near the bridle path through Moon's Plantation. Locals remember a cantilevered entrance and was a post-war regular haunt of local children. It was eventually set fire to and then filled in by the landowner. Only rubble remains.
Telscombe then Falmer Outstation
Secret Sussex Resistance, Stewart Angell/Arthur Gabbitas