South African Legion Club Durban and District Branch

 

South African Legion Club Durban and District Branch

Just a quick update… We are now officially up and running here in Durbs after our 1st AGM Held at Stamford Hill Bowling Club. Our membership sits now at around 38 full members and 4 associate members so not too bad…

We are still having problems regarding the DLI premises so not much good news from that side.

Rick and his exec have really embraced the idea of this club and have helped us in every way to get off the ground so to speak. Our members are starting to buy Legion clothing & regalia so hopefully we will all look the part shortly.

Attached please find a group photo of us from last week thanks to Lgr Peter Shattock, our official war Correspondent “during peace time”

Story for the South African Legion of Military Veterans by Lgr Charles Ross based on a report by Lgr Steve Leahy.


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Jun
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Fri
2017
10:00 UK Founders Day Parade @ Royal Hospital Chelsea
UK Founders Day Parade @ Royal Hospital Chelsea
Jun 9 @ 10:00 – 11:00
UK Founders Day Parade @ Royal Hospital Chelsea | England | United Kingdom
Purpose: Founder’s Day (also known as Oak Apple Day) is the highlight of the Royal Hospital Chelsea’s calendar, an event attended by all our brethren, the Chelsea Pensioners, celebrating the founding of the Royal Hospital
Jun
24
Sat
2017
10:00 UK Armed Forces Day Parade 2017 @ Woking Town Centre
UK Armed Forces Day Parade 2017 @ Woking Town Centre
Jun 24 @ 10:00 – 12:00
UK Armed Forces Day Parade 2017 @ Woking Town Centre | Woking | England | United Kingdom
Purpose: A chance to show our support for the armed forces of our host nation. This event is under the auspices of the Royal Naval Association.
Jul
15
Sat
2017
10:00 Delville Wood @ Delville Wood
Delville Wood @ Delville Wood
Jul 15 @ 10:00 – 14:30
Delville Wood @ Delville Wood | Longueval | Hauts-de-France | France
Purpose: We remember the 229,000 South Africans who volunteered for World War 1, paying tribute to 2,500 who perished in the Battle of Delville Wood, the single biggest SA military loss on the battle field.