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RFCA Historian Derrick Harwood speaks to Wandsworth Radio about WW1 and the history of the Reserve Forces.

As part of a series of interviews commemorating 100 years since the end of WW1, Wandsworth Radio spoke to Derrick Harwood about the London Regiment during this time.   In this intervew Derrick explains how men from London were recruited, trained and deployed to the Front Line, the importance of Military Bands and the evolution from03/Dec/2018Read more here...

Post Office have become the 3000th organisation to sign the Armed Forces Covenant

Post Office today becomes the 3000th business to sign up to the Armed Forces Covenant; a promise by the nation ensuring that those who serve or have served in the Armed Forces, and their families, are treated fairly. The Covenant was signed by Paula Vennells, Group CEO of the Post Office and co-signed by Secretary of State for Defence, The07/Nov/2018Read more here...

The Colours of the Princess Louise’s Kensington Regiment return home to the Royal Borough

Today the Colours of the Princess Louise’s (13th London) Kensington Regiment were laid-up at the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Town Hall.  The historic occasion took place at the annual remembrance ceremony hosted by the Regiment and the Royal Borough.  Presiding over the service was Father Jonathan05/Nov/2018Read more here...

Surbiton Air Cadets Scoop Prize Trophy

Cadets from 1034 (Surbiton) Squadron RAF Air Cadets have won the coveted Elworthy Trophy, the country’s only tri-service cadet military skills competition. The Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London, Sir Kenneth Olisa OBE, who attended the competition and spent time with the cadets, presented the trophy to the winning team.  The13/Oct/2018Read more here...

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