The Cheshire Regiment Association

Membership of the Cheshire Regiment Association is open to those who served in The 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment in any rank including those men and women who served in the Cheshire Regiment Companies of The Mercian Volunteers and The King's and Cheshire Regiment. Contact: for details.

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Buy the Regimental sweat shirt through the museum shop






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By popular demand, it has been decided to hold another Norbreck Reunion in 2015 over the weekend 13 - 16 February. As before it is a weekend for all members of the 22nd, their families and friends to get together and remember past times spent together and strengthen the bonds of the Cheshire Regiment Association for the future.
Booking form for Grand Meeanee Reunion and AGM Weekend taking place at Norbreck Castle Hotel, Blackpool - 13-16 February 2015.
This package will cost a maximum of £397 per person based on 2 sharing a twin room. Payment can be made in 3 instalments, starting with a £50 per person deposit. More details can be found in the latest CRA newsletter or you can call RHQ.
View the fist 30 pages of the Oak Tree Summer 1977. The 2 disks contain all the editions from 1970 to 2007. Only £12.00
Calendar of Events:
22nd-25th August 2014 - Centenary of Battle of Mons, Belgium
6th September 2014 - Officers Association Ladies Dinner, Chester
7th September 2014 - Mons Day Parade, Chester. 100th Anniverary Commemoration Service and re-creation of Lever Bros employees' march to enlist in the 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment

Mrs Jocelyn Broughton presenting the Cheshire Regiment Cup at Chester Races 2009
Each May on the Friday of the 3 day Chester race festival 100's come together for a reunions at the Castle.
Chelsea Pensioners lay a wreath at the Menin Gate, Ypres
Call in to the museum for the Boyne to Basra History