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16 October at 1100hrs
There will be a ceremony at the Monument on Putney Heath marking the spot where The Tangier Regiment first mustered on 14 th October 1661. A short Drum Head Service followed by a Reunion (Cash bar) at London Scottish Golf Club with Buffet Lunch( no Charge). This will also be an occasion to say farewell to LT Gen Doug Chambers CB, DSO, OBE on standing down as Colonel Princess of
Wales’s Royal Regiment. You should Muster at 1000 hours at Car Park with coffee at London Scottish Golf Club. Move to Monument at 1015 (10 minute walk).
Parking is limited so please Car share or come by public transport. (Pre-booking now closed)
3 October at 1200hrs
A memorial was dedicated at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire. More information and video of the ceremony can be found here »
25th September 1100hrs
Even if you have booked in with Den Gallacher, who is organising the event, you need to be aware that the NMA are restricting the capacity to the site, so you need to pre-book your car parking online in advance. Please follow this link to do so: https://www.thenma.org.uk/visit-us/plan-your-visit/book-tickets
For the first time for some years access to Imber Village via a fleet of classic double decker buses will take place on Sat 21 Aug. (Absolutely no other type of transport is allowed on this day.) This outing departs from Warminster station and booking is unnecessary.
22nd June 1330hrs
The Weald Branch 'Kohima Lunch' - The Grange Moor Hotel, 4-8 St Michael's Road, Maidstone, ME16 8BS.
20th April 1830hrs (Online Lecture)
Col (retd) Rex Cain OBE, Middlesex Regiment in conversation with (Colonel PWRR) Lt Gen Doug Chalmers DSO OBE Col (retd) Rex Cain OBE joined the Battalion in Korea.
6th March (Zoom Meeting)
For obvious reasons there is no March reunion planned.
19th January 1900hrs (Online)
Deputy Colonel (Heritage) PWRR, Colonel Patrick Crowley, is giving a talk on the heritage of the Regiment, remotely, for the National Army Museum.
The talk is based on the new book, ‘Infantry Die Hards; The Anatomy of a Regiment'.
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