Rhodesian Light Infantry - Rhodesian Army Collection

Rhodesian Light Infantry - Rhodesian Army Collection The Museum showing the life, work and operational commitments of the RLI can be opened by APPOINTMENT ONLY on weekends by calling 07788788095. Enjoy


The 55th Anniversary Party and Remembrance Service for the RLI UK and Europe Branches takes place at Bedford and Hatfield House on Saturday 24th September, 2016
The days' events start at 12.00 p.m. at the RAFA Club,Bedford with the AGM for RLI members. You are then invited to join us at the Statue, Hatfield House for the Memorial Service led by the Rev. Clive Larrett, Padre. Later, there will be a three course 'sit down' Dinner back at the RAFA Club, Bedford, from 7.30 p.m.

There are only 60 tickets available for this special event, on a first come first served basis, so please if you want to be a part of this commemorative day, and have not already contacted Martyn Hudson or Mary Hudson please do so as soon as possible,, as confirmation is required by all parties concerned by 16th July.
They have done lots of homework on you behalf with regards to hotel options, and transport services you might like to make use of to really be able to enjoy the day.

Full Details of the days agenda/ Dress codes are available via Mary and or Martyn too

Rhodesian Light Infantry - Rhodesian Army Collection

Rhodesian Light Infantry - Rhodesian Army Collection

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Saturday 09:00 - 17:00
Sunday 09:00 - 17:00




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Thrilled to have come across The RLI Museum in a town called Bedford which is about 2 hours drive from my village outside Oxford. Will be going to pay them a visit early next year when ET gets back from SA.