February 16, 2015
The Duchess of Cornwall met other Royal Artillery Offficers and Soldiers at Sandown Park in Esher, Surrey. The Royal Artillery Gold Cup, is an event that celebrates the bravery and dedication of the British Armed Forces with a day of horse racing.
The Royal Artillery Gold Cup is one of the oldest events in the Racing Calendar, having existed for 150 years. The inaugural event was held in 1862 at Eltham, although it was not until twel...
February 13, 2015
On Monday 2nd February the Chestnut Troop celebrated their 222nd Battery birthday and the anniversary of the foundation of the Royal Horse Artillery.
The all day celebrations started with the Officers and SNCOs waking up the Gunners with traditional ‘Gunfire’, a delicious mix of coffee and rum.
After a hearty breakfast in the HUB, Bdr Hughes ran the traditional 5-a-side football tournament, held in the Garrison super gym. ...
January 7, 2015
The Royal Regiment did very well in the New Year’s Honours List. We had many serving soldiers recognised for their Service and some recognised for Acts of Outstanding achievement.
We also had two members of the Royal Artillery Association honoured. Please see the attached list for more details.
December 26, 2014
Raised by Royal Warrant at Woolwich in 1716 the Royal Regiment of Artillery will celebrate its Tercentenary on 26May 2016. In order to mark this historicmilestone, a series of commemorative activities, collectively known as Royal Artillery 300 (RA 300), will take place over the next few years. These activities will occur simultaneously to World War I centenary and Waterloo 200 commemorations.
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December 3, 2014
The Cornwall Cup is given out to the Regiment that raises the most money throughout the year for the Royal Artillery Charitable Fund.
This year the cup has been awarded to 104th Regiment Royal Artillery.
The General Secretary, Lt Col I A Vere Nicoll would like to thank the Regiment for its continued support and for raising much needed funds to help Gunners everywhere. The Royal Regiment as a whole rose over £51,000 for the Charitable Fund. Your...