Membership No: 528. Sadly Mike crossed the bar Recently. Details of the funeral and other details are available on this website under the Crossed the Bar menu item. R.I.P.
RNCCA BENCH CLEANED!!
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE RNCCA BENCH AT THE NATIONAL MEMORIAL ABORETUM HAS BEEN JETWASHED AND GIVEN A COATING OF TEAK OIL AS IT WAS BEGINNING TO LOOK A BIT SHABBY, ALSO TO HELP PRESERVE IT.
IF ANY MEMBER IS VISITING THE “NMA” IN THE NEAR FUTURE AND COULD CONFIRM HOW IT LOOKS THAT WOULD BE APPRECIATED. (From Webmaster: If you should take a photo please send it to me and I will post on this website – Thanks)
DINING SECRETARY(AND UNELECTED BENCH CONSERVER!!)
Membership No: 704. Sadly Dave crossed the bar on Wednesday 27th February 2019. Details of the funeral and other details are available on this website under the Crossed the Bar menu item. (Updated funeral arrangements posted on 14/3/19)
27th January 2019 – Membership No: 478 Ex Lt Cdr (CRS) Roger Stentiford who lived in Gibraltar – RIP – Further details, when known, will be published on the Crossed the Bar Page
The newsletter is now available under the Newsletter & Minutes item on the main menu.
To celebrate this historic event a 3 night extravaganza has been planned for our members, partners and additional guests (subject to numbers). The jewel in the crown will be the gala dinner on Saturday 21st. All members should have received details in the post and are encouraged to book as early as possible. Full details (including booking forms) are contained under the Social option in the main menu of this website
27th December 2018 – Membership No: 597 Ex FCCY Dick Parry TCI – RIP – Further details, will be published on the Crossed the Bar Page
01 December 2018 Membership No: 017 Ex CRS Stanley Barrett – one of the founding members – RIP – Further details can be found on the Crossed the Bar Page
“Where are you parading on the 11th?”
It is 100 years since the end of the 1st World War and it is becoming more important as each year passes that we remember the reasons why Remembrance Day takes place. I shall be joining the Serving members and Veterans parading at Portsmouth Guildhall on Sunday, we meet up in the Guildhall for a cup of tea/coffee before hand at approximately 1000 and I would love to see any member who would like to take part. I appreciate that many of you get involved in the services around the country so why not use this forum to let other people who may be close by and looking to join in.