one big family

Everyone who has served for one day in the Regiment or its antecedent regiments is automatically a member of the Association. Join up to keep in touch with others who served in it and with what's happening.

Separate to membership of the Association, the Regimental Directory is a dedicated resource to help you to find and make contact with other members of the Regimental family.

association news

All news

The objectives of the Association are to help:

  • Maintain the interests of the Regiment and all Members, past, present and future
  • All those who have served with the Regiment to keep in touch through Home Headquarters
  • Any former Member of the Regiment to find suitable civilian employment
  • Any past Member or dependant, who may be in need

Membership of the Association is open to anyone and everyone, regardless of age or former rank who is now serving or has ever served in the following regiments.

SCOTS DG Regimental Cap Badge
ROYAL SCOTS Greys Regimental Cap Badge
3rd Dragoon guards Regimental Cap Badge
3rd Carabiniers Regimental Cap Badge
Carabiniers Regimental Cap Badge
25th Dragoons Regimental Cap Badge

other regiments

Membership is also open to members and former members of other Regiments and Corps, who have been attached to or served with, any of the Regiments listed above subject to a suitable recommendation by an officer of the Association.

GOLD membership

The honour of Gold Membership may be conferred by the Executive Committee of the Association, on the recommendation of his Branch for long and exceptional service to the Association.

Proposals for Gold Membership are to be put to the AGM by Branch Chairmen in the form of a written citation.

honorary membership

Widows of members will be eligible for Honorary Membership of Branches should they so wish.

A similar privilege may also be extended, at the discretion of the Executive Committee, on the recommendation of Branches to anyone whom they deem to be particularly deserving and regard as “a friend of the Regiment”.

Proposals for Life  Membership are to be put to the AGM by Branch Chairmen in the form of a written citation.

death notices

Remembering those from the Regimental family who have passed within the last 12 months

Further information

our branch network

The purpose of the branches is to offer comradery to ex serving members and to be a point of contact between the members and Home Headquarters.

find your branch

monthly charity draw

A chance to contribute to the Regimental Charity and win money at the same time.

learn more

supporting you

There are so many ways and for so many reasons the Association and other agencies can help you.

Learn more