September 15, 2015
Despite being reasonably successful with fundraising in Norwich, the Branch Secretary, Herbie Slaughter was always looking for ways to enhance the Association’s profile.
After seeing the banners at the Assembly in Blackpool, he asked around about the stands and several stores and colleagues very kindly donated some to him. With the help of Capt. Alan Solly and Sarah, who sent him templates of the various coats of arms he wished to display and with the a...
September 10, 2015
Good Morning All.
Here is the Christmas Card order form for your cards from the RAA.
We have some new ones this year and you can pay by BACS too or send a cheque.
All the money goes to the RAA to help our comrades in need. Please feel free to contact me if you have any queries.
August 12, 2015
I am pleased to announce that the 2015 Royal Artillery Association Grand Draw succeeded in raising the very welcome figure of £1662 for the Royal Artillery Association, and I take this opportunity to thank you all for the efforts in raising funds on our behalf.
As you know our aim in organising the Draw is to reduce to a minimum the call by the Royal Artillery Association on the Royal Artillery Charitable Fund so that every member of the Gunner fam...
July 23, 2015
Bombadier Bear had a great day out today with his friends from Canterbury Branch RAA
He visited 12 Regt RA at Thorney Island where he was entertained and pictured with some of their kit
After a couple of drinks in the Sgts Mess he let his standards slip by climbing on a gun in the foyer
Many thanks to members of 12 Minden Bty and T Bty for looking after us all so well.We all enjoyed the day greatly!!!...
July 23, 2015
The Tyneside Scottish Branch recently attended a Beating of Retreat at Alnwick Castle in Northumberland as the guests of Northumbria Army Cadet Force.
The Branch have been active in assisting the ACF, raising over £10,000 and taking them on trips to the WW1 Battlefields, Normandy and the Imperial War Museum in London. After a marching display by the Casino Band of Northumbria ACF, the Castle echoed to the skirl of the pipes.