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NameDOBDOEDODRegiment / Corps
Roy Belsham10/06/2203/03/0822/07/11Rifle Brigade
Douglas John Huxley MBE MM11/11/2006/10/0319/07/11Grenadier Guards
James Wilson28/07/2508/12/0313/07/11Royal Artillery
Lewis Charles Prangle18/02/2009/07/0713/07/11Royal Hampshire Regiment
Herbert Samuel Weekes20/07/2003/10/9424/06/11Royal Sussex Regiment
Donald Matthews18/03/2504/08/0813/06/11Royal Welch Fusiliers
James Patrick McGovern11/02/3607/01/0210/06/11Royal Signals
Austin Connell BEM14/07/3129/10/0703/06/11Coldstream Guards
William Gordon28/05/2316/10/0629/05/11Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
Joseph Allen MM25/08/2115/05/8913/05/11Royal Artillery
Philip James Ions16/05/1804/07/0506/05/11Royal Army Pay Corps
Roland Liles18/06/2721/01/0204/05/11Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders
Leslie Charles Climo27/08/1805/09/0513/04/11Royal Artillery
Peter McInnes Stevenson15/06/3914/01/0613/04/11Scots Dragoon Guards
Leonard Gordon Dengate04/09/1908/02/1028/03/11Royal Army Service Corps
Gerald George Johnson07/12/2414/11/0526/03/11Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
Charles Martin Patrick McLaughlin31/12/2516/09/0204/03/114th Queen's Own Hussars
Thomas White12/01/2304/12/0602/02/11Royal Artillery
Frederick William Kibble30/07/2916/11/9828/01/11North Staffordshire Regiment
Thomas Parnell23/03/1824/03/8611/01/1110th Royal Hussars
Alan Frederick Jacques31/10/2919/09/0524/12/10Grenadier Guards
Alan Moxon14/11/2315/05/8909/12/10East Yorkshire Regiment
Percival Richard Long04/12/0905/12/0506/12/10Royal Army Ordnance Corps
Charles Bernard Boyce DCM21/05/1511/03/0222/11/10Recce Corps
Rowland Alfred Wright19/04/2303/11/0816/11/10Army Catering Corps
Denis Albert Drinkwater02/10/2111/09/0004/11/10Royal Engineers
Harry Onions27/06/2905/10/0903/10/10Royal Army Service Corps
James Frederick Townsend20/02/1513/05/0223/09/10Royal Artillery
Victor George Lowe02/10/3217/03/0821/09/10Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
Charles Gilmore16/05/3912/09/0518/09/10Royal Northumberland Fusiliers

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Founder's Day Parade 2020
Founder's Day 2020

The historic Founder’s Day Parade is the most important event of the Royal Hospital Chelsea’s normally busy events schedule. Ordinarily the Hospital’s grounds team are busy tidying up following the thousands of visitors from the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and following Founder’s Day, preparations would be underway for for the Live at Chelsea music concerts.

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International Nurses' Day 2020

12 May is the International Day of the Nurse where people all over the world recognise the important role of nurses in their communities. On this day we also celebrate the 200th anniversary of Florence Nightingale. Nightingale is credited as being the founder of modern nursing.

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