The King’s Royal Hussars Association
The King’s Royal Hussars Association was formed in 1992 to benefit all serving members and former members of the King’s Royal Hussars (KRH), or any of its antecedent regiments. It is a lifetime membership and it is free, however you must physically join the Association so that we can keep your contact details on our database.
Support the families of those killed in action by promptly responding to problems of bereavement and hardship, and the families of those seriously wounded or injured in prolonged recovery situations.
Supporting Those Injured
Support those wounded or
injured on operations,
particularly those who have had
to leave the Army; to assist in
finding them new employment
and to help them become active
family and community members.
Enhance the welfare support
provided to soldiers on
operations and that of their
families at home.
The Association has numerous Area Representatives who cover the following: Scotland, the North West, North East, East Anglia, Central Southern and the South West of England. These volunteers organise gatherings and functions so that members can meet socially and renew their acquaintance with each other, make new friends and support the KRH.
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Do You Need Help?
If you, or someone that you know, is in need of help from the association, or financial help from one of the Regimental Benevolence Funds, please call Home HQ during normal working hours for advice.
You can also contact your local SSAFA or Royal British Legion office who will help you and submit any case arising to Home HQ.
Emergency help should be sought from your local authority, Accident & Emergency, or Samaritans (Tel: 116 123). A 24hr help line is also available at Veterans’ Gateway.
0808 1914 218
Veteransʼ Gateway is the first point of contact for veterans seeking support and to connect with organisations best placed to help, from healthcare and housing to employability, finances, personal relationships and more.
24hr help and chat lines.
0808 191 4218
Veterans UK is the MOD’s website and helpline, providing assistance on many issues, including injury and compensation, pensions, housing and welfare, service
0800 138 1619
If youʼre currently serving or have served in the UK Armed Forces, you can call our 24-hour mental health helpline. If youʼre a family member or carer worried about the mental health of a loved one, or need to talk to someone yourself, you can call the helpline too.
24hr help line.
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All the names of those who have died in the Service of their Regiment and Country since 1 January 1948.
We extend our deepest sympathy to relatives and friends of former members of the Association who have died.
All those who have been recognised with the Regimental Rosette.