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Regimental Association

The Regimental Association brings together all those serving, veterans who have served in the Regiment or it's predecessor Regiments. The aim of the Association is to support and promote the Regiment.

Membership of the Association also includes officers and adult members of our affiliated Cadet detachments. Affiliated membership is open to members of other regiments who have served with us, allied ships and affiliated regiments.

The Association supports and promotes the Regiment through the following objectives:

  • Fostering regimental espirit de corps and enabling association members to keep in touch with the Regiment and each other.
  • Preserving regimental tradition and heritage.
  • Encouraging recruitment.
  • Assisting members to obtain suitable employment.
  • Helping those in need.

The Regimental Charity has a key role in delivering the objectives of the Regimental Association set out above.

The Association has over 30 branches throughout the North-West. Whilst they are mainly for veterans, serving members are welcome to join. Details of branches can be found from RHQ or the nearest Area Secretary.


Serving members of the Association contribute to the Regimental charity through the 'Day's Pay' scheme. Army Reserve members are covered by a central contribution paid for by 4 LANCS on their behalf. Retired members are encouraged to contribute by paying an annual Regimental Subscription, £15 for ex officers, £10 for others. This entitles subscribers to receive the Regimental Journal amongst other benefits.


A form to subscribe to the Regimental Association is attached in a link on the right side of this page.

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