General Camp Views
In 1906 the Annual Camp was held at Morfa Camp next to the London and North Western Railway (LNWR, L&NWR) line close to Conway. This Camp was under the Command of Colonel G S Foljambe with CJW Hobbs as adjutant.
Robin Hoods 1906. A clear picture showing the camp backing down into the sand dunes and Great Orme across the bay.
This card was sent to Miss Pass to inform her that “Jack and Rowland expect to reach Nottingham Victoria about 8.15 p.m” (unknown publisher).
The Sherwood Foresters’ Brigade Camp in Conway 1906 by T. R. Hammond, photographer who was based in Caergwrle.
4th Nottinghamshire Volunteer Battalion (Sherwood Foresters)
“H” (Southwell) Company, 4th Nottinghamshire Volunteer Battalion Sherwood Foresters at Conway Camp in North Wales 1906.
A group of 4th Nottinghamshire Volunteer Battalion (Sherwood Foresters), and ’06’ may denote that this was taken at the Conway Camp. A H.P. Hansen Card.
A good view of the Nottinghamshire Volunteer Shoulder patch
Reverend John Magens Mello, archaeologist and geologist (1865-1914)
Hi, I have a post card from Conway Camp 1906 with a bunch of bikes, do you know if they are worth anything or if there is a museum that would like to have it?
Hello Desmond. I don’t if they are worth anything. Most cards are often bought for £5 of eBay. Does the card show any specific soldiers? cheersMike