2. Who are we?
3. Who was Saint George?
4. Englishness in words...
5. English Preserve & ROYAL OAK DAY
6. Picture Gallery
7. Come fly with me....
8. News & Information
9. Want to contact us?
10. Other RSSG branch's
11. Other organisations
12. Local & National Charities
'Long May She Reign' event at Countesthorpe, Sept 25th 2015
The branch new display and promotional items set up for the first time.
The display team for the night were Mrs Carol Munton and Mrs Angela Ball, Both were kept engaged for most the time talking to visitors.
A 25 minute film show added to the evenings entertainment.
The new pull up display unit proudly displays the branches new emblem.
Another new pull up display quotes the Royal Charter aims to help preserve our English traditions and culture.
2015 REMEMBRANCE SERVICES
LEICESTER; The branch's wreath at Cenotaph
LEICESTER; Crowds view the wreaths after the ceremony
LEICESTER; Veterans return to read the cards after the parade.
COUNTESTHORPE; Our Vice Chairman lays our wreath.
COUNTESTHORPE; The branch wreath is bottom left.
COUNTESTHORPE; Youngsters gather to join in the service.
WIGSTON MAGNA; 'Last Post' is sounded at 11 o'clock.
WIGSTON MAGNA; The British Legion wreath is laid.
WIGSTON MAGNA; The parade and service over, the wreaths remind us why we were there.
Members arrive at church
Time for a quick chat before the service starts
The alter in this medieval church
The social at a nearby members home after the service
Head office building in Loughton, North London
Our armorial made entirely of seeds by Ilene Wilson which took 100 dedicated hours.
Citation from the Royal College of Arms.
Our National Chairman, Joanna Cadman with the two office staff.
Leicestershire Chairman's consort, Carol Munton viewing the interesting large display case contents.
The work continues keeping the society moving forward.
April 2016; Chairman, Mr Stephen A Warden being presented with a gift following his presentation on the the 'Royal Society of St George' and the 'Real life of St George' to the the International Police Association in Leicestershire.
Each table represented a ship in the fleet.
The Chairman, Stephen A Warden JP and his Consort, Carol Munton
Leicester Lady Mayoress, Lynn Dixon , Leicester Lord Mayor, Cllr Stephen Corrall , The deputy Lord Lieutenant, Janie Martin and the branch Chairman.
The County Council Chairman, Mr Bill Liquorice and his Consort Kim Can
Mayor of Oadby and Wigston, Mr Robert Eaton and his Consort, Mrs Lynda Eaton
Lieutenant Mr David Derbyshire and his wife. Lt Derbyshire gave an after dinner presentation on the Sea Cadets.
2016 Countesthorpe Village Christmas Event
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