These are all extracts you can find on the internet:
Thornwood Common: Former Teazle Mead army camp. During the Second World War the army took over the field and established a camp called Teazle Mead. After the end of the war it was used as a piggery but all the buildings have long since been demolished.
Thornwood, Epping TE Annual Camp became PoW Camp
The Password is Courage: was filmed at Teazle Mead (formally an old army camp) in Thornwood Common nr Epping Essex
Arthur Llewellyn May. In 1958, the above named was living in Romford, Essex, but subsequent enquires have revealed he died in Stoke-on-Trent in 1991. Between 1955 and 1958 he served as a transport sergeant in the Royal Army Service Corps at 6 Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, Thornwood Camp, Epping, Essex. He was a regular soldier, born around 1928, and immaculately turned out. At the time I (Keith Richards) was a corporal in charge of the Regimental Police, which meant my path crossed with Arthur from time to time. I'm now 75 years of age. In January 2011, I set up The Old Thornwood Campians' Association, endeavouring to trace as many old comrades as possible I've traced 12 living members and nine who have passed away. I'd be delighted to hear from anyone who served in 6 Field Ambulance or their friends and family.