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 members of our antecedent Regiments who, in civilian life, are running their own business, trade or profession are able to submit an entry into the “Online Directory of Businesses and Services Provided by Members” hosted on this web site thus enabling those of us seeking such a service to give first consideration to one of our former colleagues before looking elsewhere. To get your business listed please complete the form below.
It is with great sadness that I write to advise you of the death of Captain John G. Penn who died on [ ... ]
You will be sad to hear that Norman Haynes DERR, died in hospital on Tuesday 17th November 2015, m [ ... ]
It is with great sadness that I bring to you the very sad news of the death of 5339656 LCpl BG (Bria [ ... ]
It was a Regimental Commemoration by the Regimental Association of The Rifles and Royal Gloucestersh [ ... ]
Harold (Harry) Willis, late of Westerleigh, South Gloucestershire passed away on 30th September in S [ ... ]
Major Alan Blundell former Dorset Regiment and then 1 Glosters captured at the Battle of Imjin sadly [ ... ]
It is with great sadness that I pass onto you the very sad news of the death of one of our WW2 vet [ ... ]
Cyril (Fred) Fern died whilst abroad on holiday. Fred served with the DERR from 1965 until 19 [ ... ]
Former Pte Alan Franklin 1 Glosters 1961-1970 sadly passed away on Saturday 26th September 2015 aged [ ... ]