STORIES SEEN THROUGH A GLASS PLATE
H08151 — Volunteer Training Corps, 1915
Image 2: H08151 — Volunteer Training Corps, 1915 — detail
Inspection of the Lewes Company of the Volunteer Training Corps (VTC), by Colonel JA Money at the Dripping Pan, July 1915.
The VTC was a voluntary home defence militia for men over military age, or who were exempted from armed service. The VTC held regular musketry and rifle drill at the Drill Hall in Ham Lane and created a Rifle Range at the Grey Chalk Pit in Southeram.