Arborfield Garrison

infobox UK place
country = England
official_name= Arborfield Garrison
latitude= 51.384204
longitude= -0.896967
civil_parish= Arborfield and Newland
civil_parish1= Barkham
unitary_england= Wokingham
region= South East England
lieutenancy_england= Berkshire
os_grid_reference= SU767656

Arborfield Garrison is an army base in the English county of Berkshire, about one mile to the south east of the village of Arborfield Cross. It is a training base for REME electronics and aeronautical branch(SEAE) and the location of the Regimental Headquarters of, the Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers of the British Army. The potential craftman study in the school to learn the trade in air tech(Aircraft technician and Avionics technician) or Land systems(Electronic technicians). Adjacent to the base proper is a significant area of housing, containing a mixture of military and civilian properties.

The Garrison and its associated housing estates are split between the civil parishes of Arborfield and Newland and Barkham. Both parishes are within the unitary authority of Wokingham.

Arborfield Garrison is also the home of the REME Museum of Technology, which is open to the public.

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