Bulford Camp

Bulford Camp is a military camp on the Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, England.

The section called Sling Camp was occupied by New Zealand troops during World War I, who left their mark by creating the famous Bulford Kiwi, and also named many of the streets after New Zealand towns, including:

Nelson Close
Marlborough Road
Wellington Road
Auckland Road
Kiwi Road

In addition,one of the barracks is named Kiwi Barracks to honour the New Zealand connection.Ward Barracks is also here as is Campion Lines,home of HQ SIB RMP.

Other roads are also named after troops' previous locations:
Canberra Road
Baghdad Road
Gallipoli Road
Beacon Hill Road
Gaza Road

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