MHS

#1
I've already started this thread off on ARRSE and Rear Party so now you can have a turn

I'm either very brave or very foolish but......

I'm a helpdesk manager working for MHS in Liverpool and the only ex squaddie or former military type there

Hopefully the mods will make this a sticky but rather than you lot ranting off and calling MHS b******s all the time, I will answer any queries I can on line.

Yes you can rant and rave and swear as much as you like (unless you upset the Mods) but I'll ignore it, pop open a yellow handbag and have another beer. However, if you have something constructive to say, I will try and help you.

I'm ex Royal Engineers and was a pad over 13 years (some good and some really way down in the standard stakes - flats in Guillimont Fields in Farnborough (damp concrete walls) come to mind) and way way back in time I was a pads brat in Plymouth (Does the RAF have a similar site?)

I'm not going to get into any slanging matches with you lot, wives or contractors but will pass constructive comments on and hopefully play a part in making the service better. I'll even answer some queries when I can.

I won't be here everyday and will do this in my own time (I have a life outside of work, a degree in psychology to finish and we don't have web access in work) so be patient with me
 
#10
Don't think the Navy have got many Married quarters left.
They sold all the ones in Rosyth and I think Faslane [Clyde ] were getting thinned out aswell.


Mind you----------with current house prices it might be worth building a few
cos the good old days of house buying and selling is becoming a pain.
 
#11
Greenie said:
Don't think the Navy have got many Married quarters left.
They sold all the ones in Rosyth and I think Faslane [Clyde ] were getting thinned out aswell.


Mind you----------with current house prices it might be worth building a few
cos the good old days of house buying and selling is becoming a pain.
Greenie , could'nt agree more , how the younger generation ever get on the housing ladder beats me , so glad I got on it quite a number of year's ago , certainly would'nt be able to do it now ,
Don't know how many Married Quarter's are left in Plymouth , but it can't be many , all went year's ago , most'ly sold off to Housing Associations and the like . :roll: :twisted:
 
#12
dondon said:
Greenie said:
Don't think the Navy have got many Married quarters left.
They sold all the ones in Rosyth and I think Faslane [Clyde ] were getting thinned out aswell.


Mind you----------with current house prices it might be worth building a few
cos the good old days of house buying and selling is becoming a pain.
Greenie , could'nt agree more , how the younger generation ever get on the housing ladder beats me , so glad I got on it quite a number of year's ago , certainly would'nt be able to do it now ,
Don't know how many Married Quarter's are left in Plymouth , but it can't be many , all went year's ago , most'ly sold off to Housing Associations and the like . :roll: :twisted:
eggbuckland seems to be one location as well as lympstone (I know it's not in Plymouth, I'm from St Beudeux) and helston in cornwall so there's still a few
 

Latest Threads

New Posts

Top