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The Queen's Regimental Association

Patron: Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II of Denmark

Memorial Re-Dedication May 3rd 2015

As Howe Barracks has closed and been sold, the decision was taken that the memorial would be moved from Howe Barracks to a new location kindly provided by the Commanding Officer, 3 PWRR, in Leros Barracks, Canterbury, thus maintaining the regimental link

Leros Barracks

In conjunction with Mr Blue Cooper of the Vipers, who have paraded at the memorial every year since it was first built, the Memorial Wall now forms the centre piece of the area where the PWRR currently hold their Beating of Retreat.

The Re-Dedication service on May 3rd 2015 was attended by over 200 people.

The service was conducted at 11:00 hrs by Canon Paul Kerr MA (Canon of Rochester Cathedral), with readings by the Association President Col. AAA Beattie and the Regimental Secretary Alasdair Goulden, followed in the afternoon by the Beating of The Retreat.

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Re-dedication Service Leros Bks 2015

Last Remembrance Service Howe Bks 2014


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Queen Margrethe II of DenmarkPresident: Colonel A A A Beattie 
Association Secretary: Major A M Goulden

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