David Pither left the Royal Marines in 1987 and pursued a 26-year career in the Avon and Somerset Police. During the latter part of his time in the police, he started to suffer from several serious medical problems, including Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) in his left leg.
5 years ago, the Royal Marines Club who are now a virtual branch of the RMA commenced a “winter deployment” for some of our wounded and injured Royal Marines and their families.
Join us at Commando Training Centre for the first King’s Squad Pass Out Parade of 2022.
Please be aware we will be closed over the festive period from 16:30PM on 21st December until the 4th January 2022.
The passion and personable touch that the Membership Team dedicate to supporting funerals highlights what makes us different from many other Associations and demonstrates the “Once a Royal Marine, always a Royal Marine” statement.
With music from The Bands of HM Royal Marines, choristers and musicians of Christ’s Hospital School and handbell ringers of Dulwich Preparatory School, this promises to be a very special occasion.
Join us at Commando Training Centre for the last King’s Squad Pass Out Parade of 2021. Royal Marines to your duties! Quick March!
Derek is a WW2 Royal Navy veteran who is now 96 (nearly 97). He worked with the Royal Marines in a gunnery school and is a very proud associate member of the RMA.
It’s National Grief Awareness Week (2 – 8 December 2021), an event hosted by The Good Grief Trust to help normalise grief and get more people talking openly about death.