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Any queries, please contact the Clubhouse Manager


Opening Hours: FromTuesday to Sunday (Monday Close) ; Time from 12:00 noon to 20:00 hrs

Contact phone at Bar - (852) 29667881 or 29667896




Dear All Members,

Members are advised to renew his/her membership at the earliest convenience in order to continue with our services and receiving news from the 

Simply download the attached Membership Renewal Form, fill in the  information and post it.

Best Regards,

Clubhouse Manager      


To: All Members

The current Journal October 2020 is released, download is available from the link below:



Online PRI Shop is now returned, PLEASE VISIT:





New Books Released


Want to get more from the books, PLEASE VISIT:




Obituary - Mr Chow Chung Ming, David

We were saddened to learn the passing of Mr Chow Chun Ming, David on 29th August 2020.

Mr Chow was served in B Squadron.

Wake: Date - Saturday 26 September 2020

           Time - Please arrive before 12:00 noon

           Venue - Hung Hom International Funeral Parlour 紅磡萬國殯儀館福海堂

To his family, we extend our deepest sympathy.


Obituary - Mr Leung Kam Hung

We were saddened to learn the passing of Mr Leung Kam Hung in United Kingdom.

Mr Leung was served in J Squadron.

To his family, we extend our deepest sympathy.


Obituary - Mr Luk Yiu Wai

We were saddened to learn the passing of Mr Luk Yiu Wai on 16th August in San Francisco, USA.

Mr Luk was enlisted in the Regiment and served in D Squadron.

To his family, we extend our deepest sympathy.


Obituary - Michael Broom

The Association was saddened to hear of the death of Associate Member Michael Broom on 23 July at his home in Tung Chung.

The Regiment first came to know Mike, as he was known, through our anti-II duties in the Sai Kung area.  At that time he was the Police Divisional Superintendant in Sai Kung, and introduced to us by his friend, Major Graeme Large.

Following disbandment and the formation of our present Association, Graeme proposed Mike for Associate Membership which he used to our mutual benefit.

His many other interests included the Royal Asiatic Society where he was initially the events organiser and then President for many years.  He was also on the committee for the Orders and Medals Research Society and he arranged for both societies to hold the occasional meetings in our Club House thus benefitting all three organisations.

He enjoyed our Annual and Foundation Day Dinners and commented on the vast range and diversity of experience he had found within the Volunteers.  His own military service had been with the Intelligence Corps in the UK before coming to Hong Kong.

He has been likened to being a true English Gentleman – we will miss him.

There are currently no details on when we can pay our last respects to him.


The Lisbon Maru Memorial

Many will know of the tragic sinking of the Lisbon Maru off the China coast just to the north of Shanghai.

In September 1942, the Lisbon Maru, a Japanese cargo ship, was transporting prisoners-of-war from Hong Kong to Japan to work in the labour camps. She was not carrying any appropriate identification nor had the Red Cross been notified. She was just north of Shanghai when by chance she was spotted by the USS Grouper, a US Navy submarine, which happened to be in the area. She fired seven torpedoes after which the Lisbon Maru sank.

Of the 1834 prisoners-of- war aboard, 828 died, including one HKVDC member who had transferred to serve with the Middlesex Regiment; the two other HKVDC members survived. The Middlesex lost 150 men.

Post war “The Volunteers” and “The Middlesex” had a strong bond with the result that one of our PSIs always came from the Middlesex Regiment, or latterly from their successor Regiments. Many will remember WO2 JA Frost, G France, P Dobson, PK Tidey, RM Malam and PJ Churcher.

There is currently no memorial to the Lisbon Maru, but plans are well advanced for a memorial to be placed at the UK’s National Arboretum. This is a private initiative for which funds are being sought and members of the Association and others are invited to participate by sending whatever sum is felt appropriate by cheque or bank transfer to the Association where the contributions will be consolidated and sent to the UK. Alternatively donations can be made direct to the UK – ask the Clubhouse Manager for details.


To: All Members
       The Royal Hong Kong Regiment (The Volunteers) Association

In view of the latest pandemic situation of the coronavirus infection, we would like to draw your attention on the following events:

The EGM on 31 July 2020 and the AGM plus Annual Dinner on 28 August will have to be postponed until further notice.

The VJ Day Parade on 16 August 2020 is to be cancelled due to the restrictions for Covid-19 are in place and the issue of permits under the current regulation.

The ceremony at the City Hall could proceed on Sunday 16 August 2020 but City Hall agreement will be necessary. Full details are to be updated once received.

Regret for any inconvenience caused.

Best Regards,

The Royal Hong Kong Regiment (The Volunteers) Association



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Dear All,

We missed the Trailwalker 2019, but please prepare for the Trailwalker 2020 from 20 to 22 November. Please mark on your diary and make yourself available in helping this meaningful event.

It will revert to the old route, i.e. start at Pak Tam Chung and finish at Tai Tong Po Leung Kuk Holiday Camp. There will be some special arrangements at check points in view of the Covid-19 pandemic, but I will keep you posted of the situation nearer the date.

Expecting to see you all in November.


S W Wong
Chief Coordinator


To: All Members

Messages from the Chairman, RHKR(V) RA (UK)

A message from our Chairman.
Hon. Sec.

Dear Members

We do hope that you are all keeping safe and well. I will try and refrain from using the now irritatingly hackneyed terms of "unprecedented" and "The New Normal".

I am sure we are all disappointed that we are unable to meet at the Gurkha Museum on Thursday to celebrate the 166th anniversary of our Foundation. We are not alone in having to cancel or postpone Foundation day events and I understand that celebrations in Hong Kong have been postponed to a provisional date in June.  I would love to be able to say that we could reschedule our lunch but, frankly at the moment, it is impossible. My hope is that we might be able to meet in August so we might also mark VJ day or also consider a lunch in London in September.

Nothwithstanding our lack of a lunch on 21st May, I have of course sent our traditional message of Loyal Greetings to Her Majesty and I attach it together with the response.  The Defence Services Secretary, who is the link to Buckingham Palace and the focus for such messages, has apologised that it is not possible to provide Her Majesty's response on headed note paper.  His department are all working from home as of course too is Her Majesty who is isolating at Windsor Castle, Buckingham Palace is closed and all communications are electronic.  I was tempted to cut and paste the response on a previous copy of the response but suspect may have ended up in the Tower for lesser acts of forgery!

With best wishes


Message of Loyal Greeting May 2020

Loyal Greetings Response May 2020


To: All Members
       The Royal Hong Kong Regiment (The Volunteers) Association

In consideration of the government’s latest announcement pertaining measures to be taken by commercial and leisure establishments as well as the rapid increase in the number of local COVID 19 cases which reached a daily high today, the Club will implement with immediate effect the following measures:

  1. Your body temperature will be taken by the Gate Guards who will record your  visit.
  2. All members and guests must wear face masks as a mandatory requirement when using the club facilities.
  3. Do not shake hands.
  4. Wash your hand with alcoholic disinfection spray
  5. The club which is currently operational will restrict table occupancy to a maximum of 4 persons.
  6. In addition, at weekends members may only bring family members as guests.

The above measures will continue until further notice. The club will continue to closely monitor the evolving situation and adjust the measures as required.

Whilst these measured may cause inconvenience to members and guests, please do understand that they have to be taken so as to enhance hygiene practices and further reduce social activities to mitigate the increasing threat of transmission.


4 April 2020



考慮到政府最新發布的有關商業和休閒場所要採取的措施公告,以及本地COVID 19確診個案迅速增加致今天達到每日最高水平,協會即時實施以下措施:

  1. 保安員將記錄您來訪時的體溫。
  2. 所有會員和客人在使用會所設施時都必須戴上口罩。
  3. 請勿握手。
  4. 用酒精消毒噴霧搓手。
  5. 當正在使用會所設施時,將限制每桌最多容納4人。
  6. 此外,在周末時,成員只能帶家人來訪。





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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
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