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Volunteer Museum Guides Wanted
Posted on 30th May 2015
The Museum of the Royal Leicestershire Regiment located in Newarke Houses in Leicester are looking for volunteer Museum Guides. Have you got a couple of hours a week to spare and an interest in military history? This could be for you. Interested? Contact the museum. Full training will be given.
Posted on 7th Oct 2014 by
When I published a 1955 group photo of the Royal Leicestershire Regiment's Havannah Platoon at Glen Parva.. Read more.. Leicester Mercury published Roaring responses about Tigers's national service
Posted on 3rd Oct 2014 by
The number of centenarians in Britain has more than quadrupled in the past 30 years, according to new figures. Harold Smalley, 99, former Far East prisoner of.. Read more.. 'I was lucky. The debris and shrapnel from the bomb tore though...
Posted on 28th Sep 2014 by
The sculpture featuring a tiger on top of a limestone plinth... See the photographs… Gallery : Tigers Regiment Memorial Dedicated at the National...
Posted on 11th Sep 2014 by
Details of the the dedication: Service: Dedication of the Royal Leicestershire Regiment Memorial. Read more >>>
Posted on 8th Sep 2014 by
The final resting places and sites of commemoration of the following soldiers were found. L/Cpl Charles William Aris 1/5th Leicestershire Regiment.. Read more.. Uppingham man pays tribute to fallen troops
Posted on 31st Aug 2014 by
Fifty years ago today, after almost 300 years of serving the nation, the Royal Leicestershire Regiment marched into the history books. But the Tigers were not ... Read more.. The name may have changed, but Leicestershire marches on
Posted on 21st Aug 2014 by
An ex-serviceman will this weekend make a unique trip in memory to those who lost their lives in the First World War. Steve Buzzard, 55, of Uppingham will take a.. Read more.. Ex-soldier's goal is to honour men of 1914
Posted on 20th Aug 2014 by
A family are the owners of a unique, if grim, memento of a relative who died in the First World War – the bullet that killed him. Private Arthur Hill was.. Read more.. The First World War bullet that killed my great uncle
Posted on 18th Aug 2014 by
Scarlett & Mustard has created a poppy seed dressing to mark the centenary of the start of the First World War, inspired by a remarkable tale of bravery, selflessness and heroism..Read more... Scarlett & Mustard create a dressing to...