Teecee's Arborfield Odes
For those who started their Army careers as Army Apprentice Tradesmen at the Army Apprentices School or College at Arborfield they will be well aware that Arborfield has always held a special place in their hearts. TeeCee's collection of amusing and sometimes poignant verses reflects much of the life and attitudes of many who spent their formative years there and this collection of those well deserves a place on their bookshelves.
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