Christmas bash planned for British Army's '˜Tigers' in Havant

A RALLYING cry has gone out for soldiers to join a Christmas bash in December.

Tuesday, 16th October 2018, 5:39 pm
Updated Tuesday, 16th October 2018, 6:45 pm
Soldiers from the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment are urged to get into the festive spirit and join a special Christmas lunch. Pictured are Private Piers Smedley and Lance Corporal Paul Brien, soldiers of 4th & 3rd Battalion respectively, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment walking to the field kitchen to enjoy Christmas lunch after the conclusion of Exercise Snow Tiger on Copehill Down last year.

The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment Association, Southern Branch, is staging its Christmas bonanza for troops from the infantry regiment on Friday, December 7.

As well as a slap-up Christmas meal, people attending the festive do will be able to enjoy a stand-up show by one of the regiment's own in-house comedians, live music, a disco and a magician.

Tickets for the event '“ which is this year being held at the Ex-Servicemen's Club, in Brockhampton Lane, Havant  '“ are on sale now.

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Tickets are £12.50 for association members or £17.50 for non-member adults. Children's tickets are £7.50.

Doors open at 6pm and close at 11.30pm.

To purchase a ticket, see branch's shop at

All the funds raised will go towards the association, which supports current and former members of the regiment.