Monday, 31 July 2017

Snoworld Climbing Park

Snoworld in Landgraaf, South Limburg is home to Europes's largest high rope course. To plan your visit and for further information please Click Here

Friday, 28 July 2017

Driving in France and Germany - Legal Requirement - Clean Air Stickers

The requirement to pay for and display a valid environmental sticker in your private vehicle when visiting cities in Germany is applicable to all Service and Civilian personnel. 

Windscreen stickers which show a vehicle’s emissions levels have become a legal requirement in several key French cities including Paris.British drivers heading to the French capital are advised by the RAC that driving without a French 'clean air' sticker – which costs as little as £3.20 – makes them culpable for an on-the-spot fine of up to £117.
For further information, such as the nearest location to obtain the required stickers for your vehicle please Click Here

Officers Association

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Thursday, 27 July 2017

NHS Choices For The Military Community

NHS for the armed forces community - Healthcare information and support for the UK's 10 million-strong armed forces community, including serving personnel, reservists, families and veterans. For further information please Click Here

EHIC - Have you got yours?

Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Strépy-Thieu Boat Lift - Mons

A truly remarkable feat of engineering and an unforgettable sight in Mons is the Strepy-Thieu Boat Lift. It is the tallest in the world and essentially uses giant containers of water to raise boats from one level to the next. Visitors to the lift can watch from outdoors, or pay for the privilege of seeing the lift up close as well as the engine room, an indoor café and a half an hour video about how the lift works and how it was made. 
For further information please Click Here

Monday, 24 July 2017

The German Wine Route

The oldest wine route in Germany promises pure enjoyment. This route runs for approximately 85 km through Palatine vineyards past storybook landscapes and charming wine villages. The impressive German Wine Gate in Schweigen-Rechtenbach on the border to Alsace marks the starting point of the route, which takes visitors all the way to Bockenheim on the border of Rhine-Hesse and ends at the House of the German Wine Route. For further information please Click Here

Sunday, 23 July 2017

Announcement - Geilenkirchen - West Gate - Opening Times

Geilenkirchen - The West Gate (Back gate) at Geilenkirchen will be opened from 0530 – 1900, Monday to Friday. The gate will remain closed on weekends and Component holidays.