The Regimental Association
President of the Association: Colonel R E H Aubrey-Fletcher, formerly Grenadier Guards
Association General Secretary: Major A J Green, formerly Grenadier Guards
Association NCO: Sgt R Broomes
The Grenadier Guards Regimental Association was formed in 1913, and currently consists of approximately 6000 members amongst 35 Branches and a further 4000 personnel listed on the Nominal Roll, who are not formally Branch members but remain involved in one way or another. The President of the Association is Colonel Richard Aubrey-Fletcher and he is supported by Major Andy Green, the General Secretary, and Sgt Rob Broomes, the Association SNCO. The Association Headquarters helps organise Regimental Remembrance Day in May each year which consists of a Memorial Service in the Guards Chapel, Wellington Barracks and a wreath laying ceremony at the Guards Memorial on Horse Guards Parade. Association Headquarters coordinates the activities of the 35 Branches, most of which hold an annual lunch or dinner for their members. One of the most important aspects of the Association is, through the Regimental Welfare Committee, the administration of welfare assistance to any Grenadiers or their families who are in need; this welfare assistance takes the form of financial grants, modest allowances, and Christmas gifts.