November 21, 2014
"LT. COL. SAMUEL IRONMONGER DERRY RA 1914 - 1996 "A HERO IN WAR. A LEADER IN PEACE"
Last night, Newark Branch RAA were extremely proud and honored to have been invited to attend the unveiling of a portrait of one our Town's most famous sons, Lt. Colonel Sam Derry RA. He was not only a decorated war hero, having been awarded both the MC (Military Cross) and the DSO (Distinguished Service Order) for his exploits and bravery during the Second World War. He was al...
November 21, 2014
It was great this week to see the Galsgow Branch of the RAA post on facebook that they have a new webiste - http://raa-glasgow.weebly.com/. There is no doubt that the Internet and the Social Media machine is the way forward. You can contact and advertise for free and hopefully attract new members. To some of our Branches the internet and webiste area can be a little daunting but there is no doubt that it works and can be easier than we all thi...
November 13, 2014
Many of The Royal Artillery Association branches around the country remembered in their own way. Below are some reports from these branches and a link to the photoes we have been able to upload. We really are UBIQUE
Members of Livingston Branch RAA leading the Festival of Remembrance in West-Lothian and the Remembrance Day parade. Although we're not yet complete as an affiliated branch, today was an extremely proud day to be a member of the Gunner famil...
November 5, 2014
The Salisbury branch of the Royal Artillery Association were in Salisbury this weekend launching the Poppy Appeal. There was great support from the local Royal Artillery Regiment who were looking very smart with the Salisbury Standard Bearer Mr Phillip Garbutt. The Chairman on the Salisbury Branch was also there, Mr Colin Nelson and his wife Cindy who runs the Poppy Appeal for the Salisbury area. It is great to see the Regiment and the veterans sup...