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Royal Artillery Veteran Meets The Queen at VJ Day
September 4, 2015

Royal Artillery Veteran Meets The Queen at VJ Day

Mr George Reynolds from the Newport Branch of the Royal Artillery Association meets Her Majesty The Queen at St Martin in the Fields.  VJ Day 2016 was commemorated all over the country.  To see more of this story please follow the links below:   http://www.richmondandtwickenhamtimes.co.uk/news/13599053.Queen_to_lead_VJ_Day_anniversary_commemorations/?ref=mr&lp=4     http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/aug/15/vj-day-queen-commemorati...

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Ride to Remember
August 5, 2015

Ride to Remember

DE&S ‘Ride To Remember’ Op HERRICK   A team of six military personnel and civil servants from Artillery Systems, Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S), embarked on a 500km journey from Abbey Wood, Bristol to the National Memorial Arboretum (NMA), via the Royal School of Artillery, Larkhill.  The sponsored cycle was to remember the seventeen Gunner Officers and soldiers that paid the ultimate sacrifice during operations in Afghanistan...

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Bolton Wanderers Go to War.....
July 24, 2015

Bolton Wanderers Go to War.....

War is about to be declared and as the story goes……………………… ‘In front of a 23,000 strong crowd at Burnden Park, the Bolton Wanderers' captain, Harry Goslin, gives a rousing speech before leading the entire team to the local Territorial Army drill hall where they all sign up. For the next six years, as gunners in the 53rd Field Regiment of the Bolton Artillery, they face some of the heaviest fightin...

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DIY SOS - Big Build - Walking with the Wounded & Haig Homes
July 23, 2015

DIY SOS - Big Build - Walking with the Wounded & Haig Homes

Are you a Royal Artillery serving/retired soldier in the Manchester are looking for assitance with housing? Please follow this link for more information: http://www.haighousing.org.uk/ This is a reminder that Haig is seeking applicants for our new housing scheme in Manchester, and I would be grateful if this message could be widely disseminated. We have had some promising candidates apply but could do with more. If you know of anyone who may be interested, please...

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Beating of Retreat at Alnwick Castle
July 23, 2015

Beating of Retreat at Alnwick Castle

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.       The mas...

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