ⓘ Catterick Garrison

                                     

ⓘ Catterick Garrison

Catterick Garrison is a major garrison and military town three miles south of Richmond, North Yorkshire, England. It is the largest British Army garrison in the world, with a population of around 13.000 in 2017 and covering over 2.400 acres. Under plans announced by the Ministry of Defence in November 2005, the population of Catterick Garrison was expected to grow to over 25.000 by 2020, making it the largest population centre in the local area.

                                     
  • sub branch of the Eryholme - Richmond branch line to serve Catterick Camp, now Catterick Garrison Along with the rest of the stations on the branch it was
  • Catterick may refer to: Catterick North Yorkshire, England, a village Catterick Garrison a British Army garrison near Catterick village in North Yorkshire
  • falls under the command of Catterick Garrison It currently houses 5th Regiment Royal Artillery and 32 Engineer Regiment. Catterick airfield first opened in
  • cricket ground in Catterick Garrison North Yorkshire. The first recorded match on the ground was in 1941, when Catterick Garrison played Durham. The
  • Swale. It lends its name to nearby Catterick Garrison and the nearby hamlet of Catterick Bridge, the home of Catterick Racecourse where the village Sunday
  • and Catterick The station was near the junction between the main branch line towards Richmond and the sub - branch to what is now Catterick Garrison The
  • part of Catterick Garrison The village of Hipswell is at the eastern end of the civil parish, and effectively forms a suburb of Catterick Garrison Hipswell
  • centre and south of Catterick Garrison The village lies in the south of the civil parish, and is effectively a suburb of Catterick Garrison The village of
  • Army Garrisons around the world. A list of British Army Garrisons in the United Kingdom Aldershot Garrison Catterick Garrison Colchester Garrison Tidworth
  • Risedale Beck is a small river that rises on Hipswell Moor, near Catterick Garrison in North Yorkshire, England. The name derives from Old Norse as meaning