Groups

Special Interest Groups

The Association recognises that, whilst the Branches provide the focal points for members in a local area to get together, there are also members who wish to meet to pursue or renew a common interest but who are scattered more widely. Such interests may be in a leisure area or may arise from a common trade grouping or unit background while serving in the Corps. Such a group of members is designated a Special Interest Group by the Association.

REME Association Caravan and Camping Club

The REME Association Caravan and Camping Club was formed in 1984 to bring together like minded individuals.  It is open to any serving or retired member of the REME and their families.  Membership is also open to anyone who has served in Armed Forces.

The club rallies 8 times a year across the country.  Rallies start on Wednesday and end on Tuesday.

For more information, or to join please contact:
Mr F Robinson – frankrob42@hotmail.co.uk

Arborfield Old Boys Association

The Arborfield Old Boys Association or AOBA represents all those young men and women who passed through the gates of the Arborfield Army Apprenticeship establishment during the years 1939 to 2004.

For more information or to join please visit their website.

Chepstow Old Boys Association

The Chepstow Old Boys Association or Beachley Old Boys Association (BOBA) represents all those young men and women who passed through the gates of the Army Apprenticeship College in Chepstow establishment during the years 1924 to 1994.

For more information or to join please visit their website.

Hadrians Old Boys Association

The Hadrian’s Old Boys Association represents the 2785 men that passed through the gates of The Apprentice School at Hadrian’s Camp between 1960 and 1969.

For more information or to join please visit their website.