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PT Branch Reunion confirmed for the weekend of 21-23rd July 2017

Dear Colleagues, I am very pleased to now be able to send out the details and booking form for the forthcoming PT Branch Reunion, which is confirmed to be held at CTCRM on the weekend of 21-23rd July, 2017. All those on the RMPT e-mail list should have now received the details. If for some reason you do not have the booking form, or have any queries, just get in touch. The booking form is here. We had hoped to have got the form out to you earlier but despite the very best efforts of the AIPTRM, WO1 Brian Tose RM, this was well beyond our control. However, the scene is now set and the plans are now in place for another memorable PT Branch Reunion, so please join us! I would ask that you do your best to attend the PT Branch Reunion (the envy of the other instructor branches) as we need a good attendance in order to break-even financially and to be able to plan future events. We are hoping for a good mix of both former and serving PTI’s and their guests and hopefully the summer weather...

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PTI’S EXMOUTH GET-TOGETHER A GREAT SUCCESS!

  Dear Colleagues,   As you will already have been informed, the 2016 PT Branch Reunion due to be held on the weekend of 14-16th October, 2016, had to be postponed through lack of numbers attending. This was mainly due to the fact that the majority of serving PTI’s who would normally attend were away on operations abroad with the Commando Brigade, which greatly reduced numbers attending.   However, the true spirit of the PT Branch once again emerged and with the encouragement and support from some of our stalwart members (Terry Harrison, Brian Gibbs, Martin Joyce, Jacques Hart, John Farlie, Cliff McGaughey et al) an alternative get-together was confirmed at short notice to take place at The Royal Beacon Hotel, Exmouth, on Saturday 15th October 2016 at 7pm for dinner.   Many members stayed overnight in The Royal Beacon Hotel and a great get-together was enjoyed by over 30 former PTi’s and guests. The PT Branch standard was in attendance, thanks to John Farlie...

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2016 winter update

Dear Colleagues,   I do hope that this finds you in good health. Having attended several funerals of late I am very much reminded that “health is wealth!”     Very sadly, we have lost several of our PT Branch family over the past couple of years, including Royston Kear, Lesley-John Maker, Geoff Barker, George Kitson, Andy Lucas, John Rae and very recently, Ron Mollins. Like you, I remember them all with great fondness, as though it was yesterday, when they were the epitome of “Mens Sana en Corpore Sano”.   Our PT Branch Standard-bearer, John Farlie, and I (as current Standard-bearer for the City of London RMA Branch) invariably try to attend as many funerals as we can, especially when requested by the family and we are often accompanied by a corps bugler to sound the last post at the Committal. We do this as our small contribution to both the PT Branch and the greater corps family.   This is always greatly appreciated by the family of the deceased. I am...

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Membership is free and we always welcome new members! By joining our unique club we will add you to our address list and you will receive regular news items, details of all upcoming PT Branch and Corps events, as well as details of our bi-annual PT Branch Reunion. When you leave the corps you do not have to leave your comrades! We have members in their 80′s and 90′s still enjoying their memories and staying in touch with former colleagues. So, if we do not have your details, just send us your details on the form provided, it’s as simple as that! Click here to join us

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Take a trip down Memory Lane by visiting our growing collection of archive photographs! Revisit your memories of yesterday! You are welcome to forward your own special photos to me in an email attachment and with some explanatory text, and if they are appropriate we will add them to the photo archives. We know how valuable your photos are to you and so we will scan them for the website and then send them straight back to you. We are doing our best to continually add photographs of past PT and sporting events, so do visit us regularly! View photos here

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We welcome your news and photos for the PT Newsletter which we put together and send out 2-3 times a year. If you haven’t seen the latest PT newsletter just click here