ⓘ Connaught Barracks, Dover

                                     

ⓘ Connaught Barracks, Dover

The barracks, which were built about half a mile south of Fort Burgoyne, were completed in July 1913. During the First World War the barracks were used for the assembly of large quantities of men and supplies ready for shipment across the channel to the Western Front.

A major project for the restoration of barracks, in which two years was spent with Jenner and sons Ltd, was completed in 1962. Queens Lancashire regiment was formed at the barracks in March 1970.

3rd battalion the parachute regiment arrived at the barracks in July 1995 and was replaced by the 1st battalion parachute regiment in August 2000 the 1st battalion continued to occupy the land until the barracks closed in March 2006. Plans to use the barracks as an open prison were dropped in November 2006 and is currently redeveloped for housing.

                                     
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