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Significant Dates for 2021

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3 October at 1200hrs

Lisbon Maru Memorial Dedication

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

Remembrance Service held at the National Memorial Arboretum (NMA)

This event; 'The Queens Regiment Reunion at the National Memorial Arboretum' was organised by ex 1 Queen's Den Gallacher and was well attended.

21st August

Imber Village Tour

For the first time for some years access to Imber Village via a fleet of classic double decker buses took place on Sat 21 Aug. (Absolutely no other type of transport was allowed on this day.) This outing departed from Warminster station.

22nd June 1330hrs

Kohima Lunch (Covid restrictions permitting)

The Weald Branch 'Kohima Lunch' - The Grange Moor Hotel, 4-8 St Michael's Road, Maidstone, ME16 8BS.

20th April 1830hrs (Online Lecture)

“The Unworthy, Worthwhile War: Korea 1950-1953"

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)

Executive Committee of the Association

For obvious reasons there is no March reunion planned.

19th January 1900hrs (Online)

Free Online Talk from the National Army Museum

Deputy Colonel (Heritage) PWRR, Colonel Patrick Crowley, gave a talk on the heritage of the Regiment, remotely, for the National Army Museum.

The talk was based on the new book, ‘Infantry Die Hards; The Anatomy of a Regiment'.



Events 2021


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