High: 13   Low: 8

Wind: W   17.7 km/h

Sat 25 Oct

Low: 8 High: 13

Partly Cloudy

Sun 26 Oct

Low: 8 High: 14

Mostly Sunny

Mon 27 Oct

Low: 6 High: 16

Partly Cloudy

Tue 28 Oct

Low: 5 High: 16


Wed 29 Oct

Low: 6 High: 14

Partly Cloudy

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Upcoming Events

Paderborn Station News

110 Pro Coy Fire Truck Pull

110 Pro Coy 1 RMP will be pulling a fire truck on 7th November at 1000hrs on Normandy Barracks to raise funds for BLESMA. Everyone is invited to come along and donate generously.

Urgent and important information bulletin from BFG Customs and Immigration and Vehicle Licencing Office

The applications delivering BFG Customs and Immigration and Vehicle Licencing Office services are hosted on servers in England. We have been notified of a major maintenance programme affecting the servers and network centre that will be carried out in November 2014.


Vacant Space For Business Opportunity in Normandy Bks

The Beauty Salon in Normandy Bks/Sennelager (above the Naafi) has become available, should you have any interest in utilising the space (not necessary a beauty saloon), please contact the G4 Clerk Mrs Maureen Lea on 05254 982 4708. You will need to have a business plan in place when applying. 


BA(G) Boxing Qualification Course Package

BA(G) Boxing Qualification Course Package: 01- 04 December 2014 (Barker Barracks Paderborn)


The next ‘BA(G) Boxing Course Package’ will take place over the period 01 – 04 December 2014, kindly hosted by 1PWRR by kind permission of the Commanding Officer, Lt Col A J Flay. The package will be conducted in the Gymnasium & boxing facilities at Barker Barracks, Paderborn, (Driburger Strasse 33330 Paderborn) and will be conducted using a mix of National Governing Body (NGB) and Army Boxing Association (ABA) providers, it will include the following:



Drink Drivers Kill

Paderborn Station cares, Don't Drink and Drive.


Ebola Guidance for British Soldiers of West African Origin


The Ebola crisis in West Africa has the potential to increase in scale and breadth. The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates the epidemic may result in approximate 200,000 cases. Therefore, the situation is a matter of grave concern not just for the people who live and work in the region but for those who have family and friends living there or are involved in dealing with the crisis.




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