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Celebrating 300 years

The Captain General’s Baton will circumnavigate the globe, commencing at our birthplace in Woolwich and culminating in Larkhill where it will be presented on the date of our foundation.

The Royal Artillery Review 2016

The Royal Review was celebrated on 26th May 2016, the 300th Anniversary of the Royal Regiment of Artillery.  Her Majesty The Queen was present and received The Captain-General's Baton.

RA 300 Celebrations

 

 Date Event Place 
12 November 2016  The Lord Mayor’s Show London (Open to all) 
13 November 2016 RA Ceremony of Remembrance  The Royal Artillery Memorial, Hyde Park Corner (Open to all)
4 December 2016 St. Barbara’s Day Church Service Larkhill Garrison Church (Open to all) 

 

The Tercentenary of the Royal Regiment of Artillery (RA300)

The Tercentenary of the Royal Regiment of Artillery

The Historical story, so far of the Royal Artillery

Hyde Park

RA Memorial Hyde Park

Commemorating the 49,076 RA personnel who died in WWI, and the further 29,924 in WWII.

It was erected in 1925, designed by Charles Sargeant Jagger, the memorial offers an uncomprimising and unsentimental depiction of the reality of life and deat on the battlefield.

It was ahead of its time and has been described as 'at least as great a sculpture as Picasso's Guernica is a great painting'.

Every year the Royal Artillery conducts its rememberance service at its Hyde Park memorial.

RA Memorial Hyde Park

'Gunners at War'

The Royal Regiment of Artillery - the 'RA' or the 'Gunners' - will be commemorating a number on centenary events called 'Gunners at War' during the period 2014 - 2018.

Details will appear on this page and through our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/RoyalRegimentArtillery

Want to get involved?

Look out for activities through this page and FB page.
Propose new activities that you wish to organise, or make enquiries via artycen-RHQRA-Ubique300@mod.uk

Partners include -

The Army
Royal Borough of Greenwich
Arsenal Football Club
Imperial War Museum
National Army Museum
Royal British Legion
Wiltshire Council
Commonwealth and Allied artilleries
Heritage Lottery Fund
Arts Council of England
English Heritage

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