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This site has been set up for All ex and serving members of the Commando Gunners 29 / 95 Commando Regiments regardless of Cap Badge. We will try to ensure that any relevant information is updated frequently.


John Blanchard is the interim Chairman (until further notice)  and all other positions can be viewed under the Committee Tab.

We meet regularly on the First Friday of every month and do several events and activities for various Charities throughout the Year:  See Future Events

Please leave any comments for the Regroup or Messages for friends etc on our Facebook Page

or visit our Regroup Forum where there are loads of topics to post, view and comment.

The Regroup Constitution can be viewed and downloaded.

The Regroup has now been running for several years thanks to Neil (Randy) Randall who was the founding Member.


Monthly Meetings

The Commando Gunner Regroup have a monthly meeting on the 1st Friday of every Month at The West Hoe Pub, Plymouth, PL1 3BW


Other Regroups

Regional regroups across the country are starting up as well as Overseas Regroups.

Information regarding these will be updated as and when.

Poole Regroup at the Blue Boar:

Contact - Ric Groves

Northern Regroup at the Royal British Legion Penistone:

Contact - Brian Haigh

East Midlands/East Anglia Regroup:  

Contact - Dave Cussell at

Scottish Regroup  at the Wetherspoons, Arbroath :

Contact - Dave Matthews

Australia Regroup: Held every 2 years (next meeting will be Adelaide in Nov 2023):  

Contact - Steve Richardson.

Spanish Regroup at Royal Oak: (15 mins South of Torrevieja)

Contact - John Bathe

289 Regroup meet up on the first Tue of every month at the RAFA Club Romford any past or present 29/95 Cdo Regt are welcome

Contact: -  Barry Exley  01268 293592 -  next reunion Date tbc..

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Veterans marching at the 60th Anniversary

Commando community

Veterans proudly Marching on May 14th 2022, Celebrating 60 Years of the formation of the Commando Gunners.

'United We Conquer'


The Royal Citadel

The Gunner Commando Home

The Royal Citadel, Plymouth has been the Home of the Commando Gunners since May 1962



The Royal Citadel in Plymouth, Devon, England, was built in the late 1660s to the design of Sir Bernard de Gomme. It is at the eastern end of Plymouth Hoe overlooking Plymouth Sound, and encompasses the site of the earlier fort that had been built in the time of Sir Francis Drake, the Royal Citadel is still in use by the military today (29 Commando Regiment Royal Artillery).
Due to its nature as an operational military establishment, tours may be suspended or cancelled without prior notice.

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Veterans marching at the 50th Anniversary

Commando community

in 2012 approximately 700+ Veteran's marched behind the serving Regiment on the 50th anniversary of the formation of the Commando Gunners. It was a proud Day for the Commando Gunners.