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Mahjong Competition 2019 - Postponed to 20 July, 2019 (Saturday). Details unchange.

Send enrollment attention to The Chairman at email of " ".


2nd Notice of Forming Up The Club Enlivering Group : (For details see attachment)


Clubhouse Opening

FromTuesday to Sunday (Monday Close)

Time from 12:00 noon to 20:00 hrs

Contact phone at Bar - (852) 29667881 or 29667896



Notice of Temporary Clubhouse Manager : See Attachment


Newsletter January 2019

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Newsletter July 2018

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2019 Membership Renewal - for the period of 1 January to 31 December 2019


Simply Download the Membership Reply form, fill in the information and post it. We shall process your renewal and issue a valid label to you within 2-week. 


Congratulation to the following members who were elected as Directors of the Board of The Royal Hong Kong Regiment (The Volunteers) Association 2018/2019 at the 2018 Annual General Meeting.

1)      Mr PAU Chi-leung, Joseph  (J012)
2)      Mr WAN Shun-shing  (B012)
3)      Mr CHENG Kin-moon  (RQ004)
4)      Mr MA Ka-lok, Simon  (B080)
5)      Mr  TO Chi-keung, Gary  (A030)
6)      Mr CHEUK Kin-lop, Kent  (A033)
7)      Mr WONG Ying-piu, Wilbur  (A160)
8)      Mr CHAN Man-wai  (A005)
9)      Mr FONG Heng-hou  (A051)
10)    Mr KAO Chun-keung  (A035)
11)    Mr LO Tit-koon  (A037)
12)    Mr LEE Wing-yiu, William  (C002)
13)    Mr YUEN Man-kam, Bernard  (D028)
14)    Mr LAI Ka-kui, Bernard  (HG021)
15)    Mr SIN Ting-kwong  (HQ091)

19 September 2018


Newsletter July 2018

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N E W S     U P D A T E :

"Parking for Clubhouse Members and Associate Members"

For details, please refer to the Circular.





The Royal Hong Kong Regiment (The Volunteers) Association
Extraordinary General Meeting 2017

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 2017 First Extraordinary General Meeting of the members of The Royal Hong Kong Regiment (The Volunteers) Association will be held at 9/F., Happy Valley Stand, Wong Nai Chung Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong on Monday, 25th day of September 2017 at 7:00 p.m. (or in the event that a black rainstorm warning signal or a tropical cyclone warning signal no. 8 or above is in force in Hong Kong at 9:00 a.m. on that day, at the same time and place on Tuesday, 3rd day of October 2017 for the purpose of election of Directors.

For enquiries, please contact the Clubhouse Manager at phone no. 2966 7895 or email to

The following documents are attached herewith:
(a) Chairman's Letter;
(b) Form of Proxy;
(c) Nomination Form; and
(d) Notice of EGM.



We were saddened to learn of the death of Maj Hugh McIntosh Dey MBE, ED at ninety-one.

Maj Dey joined our Regiment in 1953 and served as Regimental Second-in-Command in 1979-1982.

To his family, we extend our deepest sympathy.

Last respect can be paid in the funeral to be held on Friday 24 February 2017 at 2 pm at Cape Collinson Crematorium, Chai Wan, Hong Kong.

For further information, please contact his family at (852) 9459 0078.

Donations in lieu of flowers can be made at his family's request to "The RHKR (The Volunteers) Association".


Notice to all members

Selling of PRI items will be resumed on 22 February 2017.

Clubhouse Manager for RHKRVA


The Clubhouse will be re-opened at 31 January, 2017 at 12 noon.





Mr John MacKenzie - Chevalier de L'Ordre national de la Legion d'honneur

Dear Members,

We have received a message from Mrs Marian MacKenzie, informing us that her husband, Mr John MacKenzie, has been appointed to the rank of 'Chevalier de L'Ordre national de la Legion d'honneur' by H.E. the President of France. Mr John MacKenzie (now 89) joined the Army at Perth (Scotland) on his 18th Birthday and was engaged in infantry training on D-day 1944, completing this in December that year. In convoy from Tilbury in January, 1945 he was rescued when his troopship (HM-LST415) was torpedoed in the North Sea. He joined the 5/7th. Bn. Gordon Highlanders in Holland at Gennep, Reichswald Forest in February, 1945 and saw further action at Goch (Siegfried Line), the Rhine Crossing at Rees, and through northern Germany to Bremen and Bremerhaven where he marched in the Victory Parade of the 51st Highland Division on 12th. May, 1945. Post WW2 he served with the 2nd. Bn. Gordon Highlanders in Libya in 1946, received a commission in the Royal Artillery in 1947, and was demobilised in 1948. He joined the Hong Kong Regiment (The Volunteers) in October 1954 and was re-commissioned in Hong Kong following the Korean Emergency and served with Royal Hong Kong Defence Force from 1954 until 1964, retiring with the rank of Captain, as O.C. Mortar Platoon. Mr John MacKenzie was a President of the Jaycees (1959) and of the Hong Kong Rotary Club (1975-76). He also served on the Hong Kong Urban Council from 1971 to 1980, and as a Justice of the Peace from 1973 to 1991.

The Secretary

The Volunteer Association is the successor to the Royal Hong Kong Regiment (The Volunteers) following the disbandment of the Regiment on 3rd September 1995. All Volunteers who were members of the Regiment, the RHKVDC or the RHKAAF irrespective of rank are eligible to join. The Association has been granted a Club House in the Happy Valley Stand at the Jockey Club in Happy Valley. In this Club House there is a lounge and bar area where members meet.

The Association has been granted charitable status and it is run by a Board of Directors. The Board meets regularly to give policy direction to the affairs of the Association. A Club House Manager is responsible for the day to day running of the Association Rooms and is a point of contact with the Association.


The Association is also an umbrella organization for all other related clubs such as the Volunteer Shooting Club and the Volunteer Orienteering Club. These clubs run their own affairs charging a membership fee and annual subscriptions if they so elect.

The Royal Hong Kong Regiment (The Volunteers) Association

Clubhouse Opening Hours : 1200 hrs to 2100 hrs daily (Except Monday)

Address : 9th Floor, Happy Valley Stand, Happy Valley Racecourse, Wong Nai Chung Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong
Telephone Office : (852)2966 7895
Telephone Bar : (852)2966 7881, 29667896
Fax : (852)2966 7882
Email :
Website :
Mailing Address : P.O. Box 47296, Morrison Hill Post Office, Wanchai, Hong Kong.


Clubhouse Fixed Activities below are not accept any bookings except approval.
1.) Directors Meeting : 1st or 2nd Monday of each month
2.) A Squadron : 1st Thursday of each month
3.) B Squadron : 2nd Tuesday of each month
4.) D Squadron : 1st Tuesday of each month
5.) HG Squadron : 2nd Thursday of each month
6.) HQ Squadron : 2nd Friday of each month
7.) J Corp Old Boys : 1st Friday of each month
8.) C Squadron : 3rd Friday of each month
9.) VA Shooting Club : 3rd Thursday of each month
10.) 7 Up-Club : Last Friday of each month

11.) Monthly Gathering : 3rd Tuesday of each month


What's New

Newsletter 2017/01

Please see issue January 2017 and pass on to all members who are interested


Clubhouse Closure during Chinese New Year

Please note that the Clubhouse will be closed from 27 to 30 January 2017 and re-opened as normal from 31 January 2017 at 1200 noon.


Volunteers Challenge Cup 2017

Date : 8th February, 2017 (Wednesday)

Time : Box open 1800 hrs. Buffet start at 1900 hrs

Venue : B701-2, 7/F. Happy Valley Stand, Happy Valley Racecourse

Cost : International Buffet at $600 per person inclusive race badge and drinks from Jockey Club.

Dress : Suit, Jacket, Regimental or Association tie.

Reservation to Clubhouse Manager by email at before 18th January, 2017


Congratulation to the members are selected as the Board of Directors at the Association AGM 2016.

Mr. PAU Chi-leung, Joseph - Chairman
Mr. WONG Wai-man, Matthew - 1st Vice-Chairman
MR. WAN Shun-shing - 2nd Vice-Chairman
Mr. MA Ka-lok, Simon - Secretary
Mr. KEUNG Pak-chung - Director, Treasurer
Mr. CHENG Kin-moon - Director
Mr. TO Chi-keung, Gary - Director
Mr. CHEUK Kin-lop - Director
Mr. LEE Wing-yiu William - Director
Mr. CHOI Kwok-wah Johnny - Director
Mr. YUEN Man-kam, Bernard - Director
Mr. CHUNG Kin-keung - Director
Mr. OWAN Kai-wing Banny - Director
Mr. TANG Kwok-wing John - Director
Mr. LAI Ka-kui Bernard - Director


Newsletter 201607

See July 2016 issue and please pass on to all members who interested


Newsletter 201601 -See January 2016 issue and please pass on to all members who interested


Newsleter July 2015

See attachment of Newsletter 201507 latest issue


The ARTHUR MAY Story Hong Kong 1941-1945

The man who raised the Union Jack over Hong Kong after 4 years of Japanese occupation

Collated and Narrated by Ronald Taylor

Available to sell at the Clubhouse at $140 special price.

See Poster of the front page of the Book.


Notice to all members – Parking at Hong Kong Jockey Club

Arrangement was made with Hong Kong Jockey Club for members of the RHKRVA are permitted to park at the Basement of the Jockey Headquarter (entrance from Wong Nai Chung Road turn right from Sport Road) from 1800 to 2200 hrs until 16 September,2015. (Parking spaces are subject to availability).

Permission for parking must be informed one day in advance to the Clubhouse Manager by email at with information in the message of Car Plate Number, VA Membership Number, Full Name, Mobile Phone Contact, Date and Time for parking.

See attachment of route map.


Newsleter December 2014

See attachment of NEWSLETTER 201412 latest issue


Association Newsletter : July 2014

Download to view NEWSLETTER


Association Newsletter for December 2013 latest issue.

Download the Newsletter



Use of Personal Data held by the Association

1. With the introduction of the Personal Data (Privacy) (Amendment) Ordinance 2012 the Association wishes to ensure that all members are well informed of the use of their personal data by the Association. This data includes their addresses, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses.

2. The Association will continue to use the data of its members for the purposes of the Objectives of the Association and for advising member of activities and the like to be undertaken by similar organisation which include:

a. The Association's Branches
b. The Hong Kong Ex-Servicemen's Association
c. The World War II Veterans Association
d. The Royal British Legion
e. The Hong Kong Prisoner of War Association


f. The Hong Kong Adventure Corps and other uniformed youth groups.

3. The Association will use your personal data only for the above purposes. Personal data collected will not be sold, traded or rented in any form or through any means to other parties. The Association will not pass details of the personal data held to a third party without the consent of the individual whose details are being passed.

4. Any member who wishes the data on him, or herself, to exclude any of the above shall communicate the fact to the Association's Club House Manager who will make a record of the fact.


UK Armed Force Veterans Badge message up-date

Would those members, who applications for the UK Armed Forces Veterans Badge could not be processed as the members did not have their Regimental Number and Dates of Service, please reapply through the Club House Manager. The discovery of certain records of service for members of the Regiment, who were discharged prior to the Regiment's disbandment, could enable the application to be processed now.

The application form can be found at Application for Armed Forces Veterans Badge Updated


New UK Badge approval list 4th Batch 2010


NOTICE TO ALL MEMBERS - Regimental Associations
Volunteers remember giving one day¡¦s pay for Life Membership of the Regimental Association. That association organised the annual dinner, a families¡¦ splash night and the dragon boat entry. It relied on the Regiment for its administration and clearly this association could not continue once the Regiment had disbanded. In 1993 its members voted for it to be wound up and dissolved. Hence that association no longer exists.

At the same time a new association, with a slightly different name, came into being on a legal basis which could survive without the Regiment¡¦s support. After disbandment this new association took over some of the duties previously undertaken by the Regiment. These included assistance to Trailwalker and other charities, organising the Victory Day Ceremony at the City Hall and the Foundation Day Dinner. This new association became responsible for its own administration and the running of the club house which we did not have before. This new association is open to all ex-Volunteers, members of the old association, on the payment of a small annual fee, only HK$200 per year. This fee goes part way to maintain the clubhouse, financing the various organised events including the Happy Hour associated with film nights.Last year this new association changed its legal name to be the same as that held by the pre-disbandment association, namely The Royal Hong Kong Regiment (The Volunteers) Association.

3rd batch of UK Armed Forces Veterans Badges approved list
2nd batch UK Armed Forces Veterans Badges approved list below
Application for Armed Forces Veterans Badge Updated Apr08
UK Veterans Lapel Badges - First Submission Confirm issued list.

Footnote :- 1.) For those who are in this list with line crossed are not eligible.
2.) You may contact the Clubhouse Manager with Ref No. by e-mail to clarify.
3.) For those who are not shown in this list will go for second submission to UK.
AGM2007 and Annual Dinner Photos - Please link to the following web.
Photo Gallery Updated - Australia Branch - ANZ Day Parade (added) Aug07
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