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Supporting veterans from Gloucestershire's, Berkshire's and Wiltshire's infantry regiments

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  • The Death of WO2 Ray Povey DERR
  • The Death of Otto Mellerup- Glosters & Wilts
  • The Death of George Parker - Wilts
  • Update Cenotaph 2020
  • The Death of WO1 (RSM) David Porter DERR
Apr 27

The death of Steve Milner 1 Glosters

Reported today(26 Apr 2020) is the sad news that 24373190 Steve Milliner, 1 Glosters, has passed away. We send our condolences to his family and friends. We learn that it is not covid related. No other information is available at this time.

The attached photograph shows Steve Milliner sat down in the front rank far left and it was taken in Canad in 1976. We pass our condolences to the Milliner family for their loss

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Apr 26

The death of John Patrick Rogers RBerks

     

 

We have just received the following notification from Mark Rogers concerning his father John Patrick Rogers

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Apr 22

BATTLE OF IMJIN RIVER 22ND - 25TH APRIL 1951

BATTLE OF IMJIN RIVER 22ND - 25TH APRIL 1951

Today, 69 years ago, saw the first day’s action on what was to become known as “The Battle of the Imjin River” or “The Battle of Gloster Hill”. During the next few days, history has written about some of the greatest acts of unit gallantry and outstanding performance of duty, made by the men of a small British Army Brigade in South Korea.

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Apr 16

The Death of Brian Goucher, Royal Berkshire Regiment

Brian Goucher, Royal Berkshire Regiment, passed away aged 82, on Tuesday 14 April. Brian had been ill for several months and in the last week had been readmitted to a local hospice where he had hoped to spend his last days. Details of the funeral, which in the current situation will be limited to family only is not known at this stage

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Apr 11

Valedictions

Valedictions

I am only too well aware of the paucity of the tributes that I am able to print for the members who have passed away. Part of the problem is the loss of our two excellent Regimental Offices in Customs House and The Wardrobe and the collective knowledge that was held by those who worked there. Ian Spence, in his time as the Regimental Secretary, did institute an process whereby members were encourage to write their own Valediction, so that somewhere there was a baseline to write something pertinent on a member's passing. Sadly those details seemed to have been lost.

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