Harry Banham worked in the Bath Admiralty. He was in No.4 patrol with Bob Bennet as sergeant. On the night of the
Bath blitz the patrol was in Catherines Place helping Civil Defence find bodies and UXBs.
The training centre Harry refers to is one that was set up in a quarry in the Mendips around
Harry and his son Steve would like to thank Bob Millard for all
his help and support in helping Harry obtain medals and other Aux related items post war. Bob's advice and support
has been invaluable.
(Harry in 2005 aged 90.)
Harry Banham sadly died in the first week in January 2012. He died peacefully in his sleep aged
Some of Harry's Pull Switches.
Harry's Auxiliary Unit in stand down in 1944.
Harry's Service Card. Harry is in the middle.
No.4 Patrol's Operational
This is a diagram of the Bath Admiralty N0.4 Patrol's OB in the Ice House at
Prior Park Bath. It was drawn by Harry. See a full report on the patrol here