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Deepcut is a village in Surrey, situated close to Camberley. It is home to the Princess Royal Barracks, Deepcut.
Malacologist Major Matthew Connolly lived at the Lock House at Deepcut where he brought up his son the writer and critic Cyril Connolly.
English/American singer Graham Parker was raised in the area and named his 2001 studio album "Deepcut To Nowhere."
Deep Cut is also the title of Philip Ralph's 2009 play, based on the infamous deaths of four trainees at the Princess Royal Barracks, Deepcut.