Welcome

Welcome to the website of The Queen’s Gurkha Engineers Association. Here you’ll be able to learn about the history of the QGE and keep up to date with what’s happening in The QGE Association, the Regiment and the QGE sub units. You will also have access to previous copies of the association’s annual magazine and details of how to join the association. If you’d like to suggest additions to the website, please email me at webeditor@qgea.org

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Wednesday, 12 March 2014 21:29

The Magazine Editor has asked for further articles for this year's edition.

 

With just over a fortnight to go before my self-imposed deadline for articles for this year’s magazine I write to remind those who had decided to put pen to paper that time is running out.  To date I only have two pieces of family news and I would hate to go to the publishers with just this so please, jot something down and let the rest of the Association know what you are up to.

Sunday, 02 March 2014 20:51

The Persatuan WIRA Malaysia (Warriors’ Association Malaysia) will celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Gurkhas Remembrance Ceremony to be held at Ipoh, Malaysia with the support of 2nd Royal Ranger Regiment.  Details of the event are summarised below and on the Instruction attached.  If you are planning to attend, please return the Reply Slip (attached) direct to the organisers by 02 Jun 14. 

              

Day :    Saturday

Date:    14th June 2014

Time:    10.30 am

Venue:  2nd Royal Ranger Regiment, Tambun Road, Ipoh

Sunday, 02 March 2014 20:44

Originally titled as ‘The Forgotten Knights’, the Arc of the Gurkha: From Nepal to the British Army by Alex Schlacher is a stunning and powerful book of photographs that reveal the human face of the legendary Brigade of Gurkhas. There have been other books about the Gurkhas, but none has focused on the individual soldiers, their backgrounds, lives and experiences.

Sunday, 23 February 2014 21:03

Ian Slack served in the Royal Engineers and was medically discharged in 1997 having lost the sight in his right eye. During his nine years in the Corps he served with the QGE in the Falklands, UK, Hong Kong and Brunei (69 Gurkha Fd Sqn RE and 67 Gurkha Fd Sqn RE).

Throughout 2014, Ian will be undertaking a number of cycling events to raise funds and awareness for Blind Veterans UK.  Attached is an article by Ian detailing the events and his reasons for supporting Blind Veterans UK (formally St Dunstans). Ian's fundraising page can be found at http://www.justgiving.com/FSS2

 

Sunday, 23 February 2014 20:50

Attached is the 2nd edition of 69 Gurkha Fd Sqn's Newsletter "Ex WARPAINT - The Roundup".

Dates for the Diary

10 May 14  QGEA Bhela - Invicta Park Barracks

28 Sep 14 QGE 66th Birthday