I am helping a local friends group to research this camp. I have just been given a copy of a group photograph of believed to be of the British guards at the camp. This existed from 1944-1948, although it was re-numbered 189 later. The camp also had a Polish Guard Company during its entire existence. This undated photograph is below. It has been scanned at various DPI but this is the best I can get, before it breaks up too much. The senior officer in the photograph is likely to be a Lt Colonel. This man might be Lt Col Reid the first Commander, or Lt Col Scowcroft, the second. British guards at this time were often wounded or medically classified as not A standard fit to go back to a fighting unit. I understand therefore that these units were ad-hoc and thrown together from whoever was available. There was a high churn rate due to postings or demob. I know there was at least one Scottish sergeant in the camp in 1945. I think there are several Balmorals/Tam O'Shanters in the picture. The man in glasses 6th right sitting has wings over his medal ribbons. Are these RAF or Army Air Corps? Can anyone else identify any of the unit badges at all. I know that some of you are dab hands at picking out fine detail. I can try and extract close ups on individuals and post again if anyone has ideas. Here is one man who, to help the family, we believe we have identified. The family who donated the picture are very interested in the front left sitting sergeant. His name is believed to be Sgt "Taffy" David Richard Jones. Can any one determine anything about his possible unit or know anything of him? His name makes genealogy rather difficult There are extra badges above his stripes, perhaps this helps at least with a unit? Behind the heads of the rear rank are a line of what I take to be angle iron uprights. They look like no prisoner stockade fencing I have seen. The right one has supporting bracing. They look to me like uprights for tennis courts but with no mesh. Does anyone have a view. The rhododendrons are growing round the left upright. No prison fence would be in such a location or condition. Any views? Thank you for reading this and having a think. Any help you can give will be much appreciated.