This is the website for The Regimental Association of The Rifles & The Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire & Wiltshire Regiment .
Our members are made up of veterans who have served with the following regiments of the British Army
If your cap badge appears above then you are most likely to already be a life member. You may have joined whilst serving or you became eligible via the days pay scheme.
Full membership is open to all ranks including adult instructors of the A.C.F and C.C.F. units.
We also welcome as Associates those Servicemen and Women who have served as attached personnel.
Finally we have a category for Branch Associates. This is for friends of the Regiment, interested persons from other corps, regiments or services and the public.
To maintain contact between past and present members of our Regiment and its predecessors by meeting socially, organising events, reunions, visits etc.
To offer comradeship and welfare.
To assist past and present members
We have branches throughout the three counties recruiting area with a couple outside the area
Each branch of the Association has it’s own page on this website. The purpose of this is to;
Give each branch a web presence.
To give branches the facility to publish details, news and photographs from the branch
If you think that you have anything from your branch that you would like to see on the branch page then please email the webmaster
Click on the marker for more details of that branch
Former Sgt George Arnold Harold, REME, 1946 – 1957, attached 1 Glosters Dec 1949 -March 1953 sadly [ ... ]
It is with great sadness that I pass to you the sad news of the death on 6th July 2016 of 24029076 [ ... ]
I received a phone call from Rob Buckland that a ex member of t [ ... ]
Mr William Bayliss known as Bill Bayliss &nb [ ... ]
This is to advise you that Katrina (Tinkie) Thompson, wife of Maj NC Thompson, having suffered a sev [ ... ]
It is with great sadness that I pass onto you the very sad news of the sudden death of Nicholas (Pad [ ... ]
The death of Mr David Wadley who served in the Royal Berkshire 1950 to [ ... ]
The death of Pte M Lamble aged 81. Pte Lamble served with the Royal Berkshire Regiment from 1953-56 [ ... ]
It is with deep regret that we have to inform you of the death of Fred Frost formally Berkshire [ ... ]