SRA UK (Sathies) Noticeboard

25 Apr 17

NUNEATON GURKHA REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY – 23 APRIL 2017

All are welcome for a special Annual event – on the 23rd April, 2017 at 11:00 am.  

 

See the flier Nuneaton  Gurkha Remembrance Sunday  – 23 Apr 17

 

To come and celebrate 202 years of Gurkha service to the Crown (1815 – 2017).

 

We hope to see your support to celebrate this special annual celebration commemorating Gurkha services to the Crown.

 

On behalf of the Gurkha Veteran Association Nuneton, Thank You!

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GBA MEMORIAL SERVICE AND REUNION LUNCH– 8 JUL 2017 – THIRD CALLING NOTICE 

We are looking to make a good Sirmoor Table at the GBA Memorial Service and Reunion Lunch to be held at RMAS on Sat 8 Jun 17.  Suggested arrival time is 1030 for 1100, followed by Drinks in the IAMR and Curry Lunch in the Old College Dining Room.  

This event is open to all members of the GBA (this is a suitable all ranks event, particularly SNCO and above). Wives and children are also encouraged to attend.   Dress Suit or blazer.  Cost £30 p.p. attending.

To date we only have 9 Sirmoor Club Members attending. Sirmoor Sathis are of course most welcome and encouraged to attend.   The GBA Attendance list will be uploaded on 28 April 17

Please send in your booking application direct to Mrs Elizabeth O’Neill by 10 May 17.

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SIRMOOR SATHIS ANNUAL REPORT 2016

“Please Click on links below to read more on each article.”

Delhi Day 2016 – Aldershot Military Stadium 10th September 2016

Delhi Day 10th September 2016 – Statement of Expenditure.

2016 Annual Report – 2nd Gurkhas Rifles Association UK (Sirmoor Sathies) 13th February 2017

Annex A to above Annual Report showing boundaries of Sirmoor Sathies UKI Members 2016

Annex B to Annual Report – Appointments List Mar 2014 – Dec 2017

Annex C to Annual Report – Fund Statement of Financial Activities for year ended 31st December 2016

Sirmoor Club Nepal/Sirmoor Sathies PRI Items and Gurkha Museum Pokhara sheet as at 10th Sept 2017.
02 Nov 16 GURKHA TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE 

Gurkha TACOS is a complex subject and few fully understand the specifics of how these have evolved over time since the inception of the Tri Partite Agreement in 1947.It is important that we, the Gurkha Family, understand our own TACOS and that we are able to explain them to others.  They are often misquoted, taken out of context or only half understood leading to a one-sided view.These are UK Government TACOS.  With the Ministry of Defence leading but other Government Departments also responsible for their own areas such as pensions and immigration, these are policies of State.The Army Secretariat, who are the lead for Gurkha TACOS and have previous experience as the Gurkha Secretariat, has produced a series of Fact Sheets which lay out the background to a range of TACOS.  These are accompanied by Nagri translations.I offer you these as reference material and an opportunity to correct misunderstandings that may exist more widely.They are accurate as at October 2016 and include the recent European Court of Human Rights Ruling. They do not yet include the work that the Army Secretariat is conducting in assessing the implication of the 7th Indian Pay Commission.

The Fact Sheets are held on the Ministry of Defence website at: http://www.army.mod.uk/gurkhas/27835.aspxJames RobinsonCol J G Robinson | Col BG Headquarters Brigade of GurkhasRobertson House (Former Army Staff College)Camberley, Surrey, GU15 4PQ

HQBG Def Intranet Page Link | HQBG MOSS Link www.gurkhabde.com

 

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