ⓘ Dale Barracks

                                     

ⓘ Dale Barracks

The barracks are situated in the grounds of Moston Hall, a house built in 1789 for Richard Massey. The house was acquired by the Swetenham family who sold it to the Lockett family in 1918. During the First World War, the house was used as a military hospital.

The rest of the place was occupied by the house known as Dale, which was built in 1880 and was purchased by the war Department in 1938. Dale became the depot of the Cheshire regiment, who arrived from Chester castle in 1939. During the Second world war machine gun training centre was established after the war he became a major training center for infantry training. Between 1956 and 1987 Dale was used as a safe haven, after which he was returned to military purposes, as in the officers mess for the barracks of the 1st battalion kings regiment.

1st battalion the Royal Welsh moved out of barracks in April 2014 and the 2nd battalion the Mercia regiment arrived in July 2014. Itself the 2nd battalion the Mercia regiment left in the summer of 2018 and were replaced by 1st battalion the Duke of Lancaster regiment, which arrived in November 2018.

In November 2016, the defense Ministry reported that the site closes in 2023.

                                     
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