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Weʼre raising £3,000 to the Immortal memory of Danny Johnston, 2 PWRR who sadly took his own life due to mental health issues. RIP.
We are part of The Regimental Association for The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment (ex Queens & Royal Hampshire Regiments) 30 members of the Regiment & Association, Veterans and serving soldiers have come together from all over the regimental family hoping to raise money for the Army & PWRR benevolent funds by taking on the Cateran Yomp an endurance event walking 54 miles in 24 hrs in the Cairngorm mountains Scotland. Due to recent events the teams have asked if we can dedicate there effort to the memory of Danny Johnston a brother TIGER Ex 2 PWRR who sadly took his own life due to suffering with mental health problems after his service. The Funds Raised from this page will be donated in Danny’s name to the PWRR benevolent fund and ABF to help Soldiers and Veterans who suffer from conflict with physical injury and mental health where needed, after or during service. Please show your support by donating as much as you can afford every little helps and would be immensely appreciated by all those Soldiers and there families that need assistance Thank you
Well what can I say the most amazing day at kccc TIGERS 25 couldn’t have been more perfect all the planning and preparation paid of and I think everybody thoroughly enjoyed themselves great to see all TIGERS past and present together in one place with all the forebear regiments. Thank you to all the organising team from RHQ down all the battalions and associations. I would like to say a personal thank you to all the branch committee and volunteering members on our branch stand who worked so hard selling ASB and Benevolent merchandise meeting and greeting new members and showcasing the Southern Branch and PWRR Association to the whole TIGER Family we raised just over £2200 on the ASB stand alone.
Thank you to Brent Cotgrave, Simon Tunmore, Beatrix Veselovsky, Wayne Strang, Chris Mileman , Jack Rugman, Kev Wilkinson and to Paul Nimmo who carried our branch standard on parade an amazing job by all the team.
If anyone wishes to Join our branch or any others in your area or you wish to come to any association events you are more than welcome email me at PWRR-A-SB@OUTLOOK.COM
Once a TIGER, Always a TIGER, FIERCE PRIDE !!
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Small success with the 1st PWRR ASB SUNDAY BRUNCH CLUB got to talk to John Hopkinson 1PWRR about his recent elected amputation John had a 3 year struggle with rehabilitation on his leg after an industrial accident. John is now 8 weeks along after losing […]
The count down has begun 10 more days till the PWRR ASB celebrate Xmas at Brighton reserve centre tickets are on sale direct from the branch or on the door but we need to know your coming so please confirm due to security reasons atleast by the 15th. £10 members £15 non members OAPs get in free 1 free ticket in the raffle 1 free drink 1 free curry dinner other raffle tickets can be bought on the door also.
Top prizes include:
1. A refurbished hot tub
2. 1x SAMSUNG flat screen TV
3. 3x PWRR OIL lighters
4. 2 pair ARMY VS NAVY tickets
5. Several bottles of booze
6. PWRR shopping bags
7. PWRR drum ice bucket
8.PWRR hand made key rings and necklaces and many more.
Also in true army tradition a karaoke for entertainment. The bar will be typical mess prices so very cheap rounds Capt Gary Pullen has very kindly allowed us to use the facility’s at the reserve centre for free. So if anyone wants to crash over please bring a doss bag. We will be venturing into Brighton to check out the local night life until late wee hours but will be aloud back in to the centre after so should be a great evening.