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is held solely for the purpose of training the armed forces. The training estate comprises 16 major armed forces training areas, and 104 other minor training areas, ranges and camps.
There are 6 regional training areas covering the whole of the UK: The defence training estate is managed to ensure that it delivers military training facilities which prepare the armed forces for operations worldwide.
Live firing notices are issued to local parishes and the police.
Telephone: 01636 626367 This is a remote area, south of Colchester, with much of the site below sea level, consisting of reclaimed wetland and marsh.
Walkers must not leave the route of the public right of way and must follow the safety instructions on site.
Contact information Telephone: 01748 875502/875507 Outside normal hours, contact the guardhouse: Telephone: 01748 875542 Holcombe Moor covers approximately 300 hectares of open moorland and woodland near Ramsbottom in Lancashire.
There is a nature reserve to the north east of the site. Telephone: 01206 736149 Colchester is a large garrison town.
The National Training Estate Prime ( to ensure that all military units undertaking training are successfully and efficiently booked-in, received, accommodated, fed, refuelled, cleaned for and provided with safe and functional training facilities throughout their stay.The training estate has been used for many purposes, from filming to falconry, motor sports to model aircraft flying and corporate training events to concerts. This site is a small rifle range in the undulating countryside of Cambridgeshire.A small network of public rights of way, including the locally promoted Whitwell Way, (which is open at all times) connect the local villages across fields. Red flags are flown during the day and red lamps are lit at night during firing periods at which time access is prohibited to the range danger area.Telephone: 01842 855235 ( am to pm Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays) Catterick training area is located on the eastern edge of the Yorkshire Dales, south of the market town of Richmond.The area’s military history dates from as far back as 1798.
The land comprising the current training area was acquired between 19.