Tower Of London
Fusiliers Association

1st Bn Royal Fusiliers and Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (London) Branch of the Fusiliers Association



Welcome to our website and hope that you find it interesting and informative. Although this Association was originally started for ex 1st Bn servicemen (hence the White Hackle), we warmly welcome both serving and former members of RRF to our wonderful Association room at HM Tower of London.


If you are still not a member then this is your chance to find old friends and to make new ones.


The Association has five reunions a year, all at the Tower of London, along with a special reunion for Korean veterans. See the events page for 2016 diary dates.

Our well supported reunions at The Tower of London are the backbone of the Association. Next reunion is Friday 14th October.


A special Korean reunion lunch at the Tower will also be held on Friday 14th July 2016.

Next reunion

Korean lunch - 14 July.

Full 2016 dates on Events page.

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William (Bill) Stannard

With great sadness, we inform members that Bill died on Tuesday 12 January 2016 following a short illness.

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Harry Tyler

It is with deep regret that we inform members that Harry Tyler passed away on
10 October aged 84.

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Frederick Alford

We are saddened to announce the passing of
Fred Alford who died on
15 October aged 77.

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Appeal for Korean War Artefacts

The Memorial Hall in Pusan Cemetery in Korea are asking for artefacts relating to the Korean War.

Can you help?

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Michael Allan

Michael has recently been appointed Chairman (equivalent to Mayor) of East Cambridgeshire District Council and will be holding the appointment for the next two years.

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4 February 2016


19 MARCH 2016

Our annual Terry Crowley Memorial Dinner was held at the Tower on Saturday 19 March 2016.

The well attended event was hosted by our new Chairman Lt Col Keith Kiddie and our special guests this year were Major Mick McCarthy MBE and his wife Joan.

John Seymour (centre, above) stepped in at late notice to be our MC for the evening.

Entertainment before dinner was supplied as usual by The Balham Corps of Drums, led by Mr Colin Ashton. Guests were further entertained after dinner by an Irish Piper.

A fine evening was had by all.