March 17, 2015
A service to mark 13 years of UK military operations in Afghanistan took place at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday 13th March 2015. This Service was to honour the 453 Servicemen and women who lost their lives during the campaign. It was also a chance for the wider military community and the next of kin to pay their respects and show their support. The General Secretary of the Royal Artillery Charitable Fund Lt Col Ian Vere Nicoll and Cas Thobur...
March 5, 2015
My name is Bobby Crick I play the bugle and cavalry natural trumpet army calls for ceremonies, dinners, reunions, weddings, all to enable the charities of serving and veterans as well as their families... so long as i get money for the charities like the royal British Legion or Regimental Association and a little for fuel cost that’s reward enough for me.
I consider it an honour every day to have the opportunity to brush shoulders with those of us who took th...
February 27, 2015
It has been a very busy period for the Royal Regiment.
A disbandment parade with the Welsh Gunners – 39 Regt RA – going into suspended animation.
Also, 19th Regiment Royal Artillery has marked a significant change to its structure with the placement of 52 (Niagara) Battery in to suspended animation with a parade at Bhurtpore Barracks, Tidworth.
Lieutenant Colonel John Oldroyd, Commanding Officer, 19 Regt RA, said:
February 22, 2015
It was with great sadness that the Regimental flag of the Welsh Gunners was lowered for the last time at Albemarle Barracks signalling the disbandment of the Regiment.
Over 300 officers and soldiers from 39 Regiment Royal Artillery, which is known as the Welsh Gunners, were joined by their families and veterans for a parade and flag lowering ceremony at the barracks.
The gunners were joined in their final parade by Her Majesty’s Deputy Lord-Lieutenant of Nor...
February 19, 2015
On Thursday 26th February a ceremony will take place to unveil a Commemorative Paving
Stone to honour Major General Sir Christopher Charles Teesdalc VC KCMG CB, who was awarded the Victoria Cross following action during the Crimean War.
Christopher Teesdale was born in South Africa in 1833 and, like his father, was an officcr in the Royal Artillery. During the Crimean War he took command of a force defending the fortress of Kars against the Russians. Following sev...