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Accommodation

Accommodation at Blandford Camp for Phase 2 trainees is a mixture of four-man and 10-man room blocks. Living in Army barrack accommodation is not like living at home, and trainees must adhere to new standards and rules of behaviour.

Recruits share accommodation with other members of their trade training, but there is still a reasonable amount of privacy for the individual. All beds are 2ft 6in wide and 6ft long, although longer beds are available for taller soldiers, if required. Sheets, blankets and pillowcases are provided, and these are regularly laundered.

Shared shower, bath and sink facilities are available in both types of accommodation. 

Accommodation at Blandford Camp for phase 2 recruits is a mixture of 4 man and 10 man room blocks.

Living in Army barrack accommodation is not like living at home, and new standards and rules of behaviour have to be adhered to.

Recruits share accommodation with other members of their trade training, but there is still a reasonable amount of privacy for the individual.

Accomodation block

All beds are 2ft 6in wide and 6ft long, although longer beds can be sourced for taller soldiers, if required.

Sheets, blankets and pillowcases are provided, and these are regularly laundered.

Shared shower, bath and sink facilities are available in both types of accommodation.

Inside accomodation blocks