The Regimental Association of the Devonshire and Dorset Regiment

Useful Links

Useful Links Related to the Devonshire and Dorset Regimental Association

Here are some links to some most useful organisations - click the logos:

The Rifles Websites:

The E-Bugle has all the latest Rifles news.

 

Click for the official MOD Rifles website.

 

The Rifles Museum Website is the online archive of the regiment's digital collection and a resource for the study of its regimental history and heritage.

 

Follow The Rifles on Facebook.

 

 

Regular Forces Employment Association

Forces Pension Society

Army Widows Association


There are many worthy Service charities. Visitors to our site may wish to support one of the selection shown below. Click the logo to visit the charity's website.

The Rifles Care For Casualties (C4C)

Army Benevolent Fund

Royal British Legion

British Limbless Ex-Serviceman's Association

Combat Stress

The Veterans' Charity

The Not Forgotten Association

PRESENTATION OF THE LEGION D'HONNEU

The Legion d’honneur was established in 1802 by Napoleon Bonaparte and is France’s highest distinction which is awarded to military and civilians alike.

Pat Peters: 16th Mar 2017 09:50:00

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Key Links

Donate By Text

You can now text donations to The Devon and Dorset Regimental Association Charity

Text DDRA11 £? to 70070
Where ? can be 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 10

For more information on how to donate to the Association charity click here

They couldn’t have done better by Christopher Jary

The Story of the Dorset Regiment in War and Peace 1939-67 - compiled by Christopher Jary.

Click the picture to read more detail and order the book.

For a review of this book by John Gaye click here

The Royal British Legion ... and one small branch in Devon

Stories of service by Devon legionnaires - compiled by Paddy King-Fretts. Profits go to the RBL.

Click the picture to read more detail and order the book.

For a review of this book by Colin Pape click here

A Royal Christmas by Jeremy Archer

Profits go to ABF - The Soldiers Charity.

Click the picture for a link to the ABF shop page where you can order a copy.

A celebration of the Royal Family at Christmas

The Ulster Tales by General Sir John Wilsey

Profits go to The Rifles Care For Casualties (C4C) appeal.

Click the picture for details.

For a review of this book by John Gaye click here

The Old West Country Regiments by Jeremy Archer

Profits go to The Keep Museum.

Click the picture for details.

Get In Touch

The Regimental Association of The Devonshire and Dorset Regiment
The Rifle's Exeter Office,
Block 11,
Wyvern Barracks,
Exeter,
Devon,
EX2 6AR

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