Queen Elizabeth Barracks, Sandy Lane,
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The Queen Elizabeth Barracks was built in 1938, originally named Boyce Barracks and was used as a Depot for the Royal Army Medical Corps. It was re-named Queen Elizabeth Barracks in 1948 after Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother came to visit.
The barracks could accommodate 2,500 men and was equipped with a gymnasium and a cinema which was named the Globe, operated by the Army Kinema Corporation. Last used by the Brigade of Gurkha’s, after the army moved out in August 2000, the site was sold by the Ministry of Defence to Bryant Homes for housing development. The former barracks Globe Cinema is now open to the general public.
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