Maintaining contact and friendships with former Corps members. An active branch that welcomes new members.

The Northern Ireland Branch of the Association is growing in numbers over the past few years and we would be delighted to welcome you whether you are a serving or previous member of our Corps. The Northern Ireland Branch mainly meet in the hub of Northern Ireland, Belfast, although our events have taken us all over NI. We have a variety of members; both serving Reservists, those who have since retired and we also welcome regular soldiers when serving in NI. Our Events Officer and committee work hard to ensure we can bring members together with activities appealing to all whether 22 or 82!

We welcome new faces to our Branch and ensure the spirit of friendship to all who join.
Currently, our Association membership affiliation is 23 retired, 21 serving reservists.

Please contact us at qarancassociationNI@outlook.com

Dates for your Diary

Fish, Chips and Roses: Sat 31st Jul 21Visit the Botanic Gardens in Belfast where the NI Branch planted the Nightingale Rose in 2020 in commemoration of the bicentenary. Followed by fish and chips from the Gourmet Chip Company Gourmet Fish & Chip Bar | The Chip Co. in Botanic. Meet at 1130hrs, McClay Library, Queen’s University, Belfast gate to Botanic Gardens. Parks and open spaces in Belfast (belfastcity.gov.uk)
AGM – 21st Oct 21. Currently via online means and if changes afford face to face, then AGM will be held in 253 Med Regt Officer’s Mess. 253 (NI) Medical Regiment | The British Army (mod.uk)
The Grand Opera House Visit. A chance to visit the newly refurbished GoH, Belfast for the spectacular staging of ‘A Christmas Carol’. 20th Nov 21 – 1430hrs (Matinee performance). Further details to follow on booking. A Christmas Carol - Grand Opera House (goh.co.uk)
Christmas Lunch, The Ulster Reform Club – Fri 10th Dec 21, 1300hrs. Back to our old haunt and this year to be held in the glorious Billiard Room. Ulster Reform Club Ulster Reform Club
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