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The QARANC celebrated their Corps Day on Saturday 25March 2017 at Aldershot. 

A service, officiated by Father John Harvey, was attended by over 200 serving and retired Corps members at the Royal Garrison Church of All Saints followed by a reception at the Royal Pavilion, the site of the former QARANC Training Centre.

The Corps were honoured that Sir Gerald Howarth (MP for Aldershot) who was accompanied by his wife attended.  

The event also gave thanksgiving to the 70th Anniversary of the QARANC Association - further celebration will be held at the Annual Reunion in London on 6 May 2017. 

For more details and an application form please contact the Regimental Headquarters.

 

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