The Rifles London Office is co-located with F Company, 7 RIFLES in Davies Street, London.
The offices are manned with a County Secretary and either one or two Administrative Officers.
Rifles Offices provide the focal point for all Rifles regimental affairs within their counties and coordinate the activities across the regulars, reserves, cadets associations and the wider communities, collectively known as the 5 Pillars of the Regiment. They promote the longevity of The Rifles with emphasis on providing assistance with the recruitment of soldiers and officers, the welfare of serving soldiers and their families and veterans, and the pursuit of successful Public Relations in support of The Rifles.
Day to day they are involved in planning and organising and publicising local Regimental sporting, social or input to public events i.e. Freedoms or local county shows.
They are the link into their local communities for all matters concerning our serving riflemen and our veterans.
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Remembrance Sunday Westminster Abbey Service London SW1P 3PA Sun 8 Nov 2015
Remembrance Sunday London Area, Sun 9 Nov 2015 involves co-ordinating battalion wreath laying parties, buglers, next of kin and in many cases local authorities and other representatives for regimental wreath laying ceremonies at the burial locations of 11 Rifles killed in action who have been laid to rest in the Greater London or the Home Counties adjoining area.
The Rifles Regimental Association has been allocated its own column of 40 places for the Remembrance Sunday Cenotaph Parade. Form-up on Horse Guards Parade from 0915hrs and assemble by 1000hrs with march off to form up in Whitehall at 1015hrs (over by 1230hrs). Dress is civilian clothes with medals. An overcoat, stout shoes and an umbrella should also be taken. No accompanying wives, partners & children. Please advise firstname.lastname@example.org by 26 Oct or before if you wish to have a ticket on a first comes first served basis.
The Rifles share an allocation of a block of 30 tickets with the Queen’s Westminsters /Civil Service Rifles Assn for the main Westminster Abbey Remembrance Sunday Service. Seated by 0945hrs (allow 30 min for security/ ticket checking at the entrance). At 1000hrs QWCSR and The Rifles wreath laying with the Dean (just behind our allocated seats). At 1100hrs the main service commences and over by approx 1200hrs.
Dress is No1 Dress, Cross Belts and Medals (if not in possession No2 Dress is acceptable). Accompanying wives/partners are welcome. It is not a suitable event for teenagers, children or babes in arms. Please advise the London office by 26th Oct, using the contact sheet on this page, if you wish to have a ticket on a first comes first served basis.