History of the 23rd
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The 23rd have returned from the Bicentenary of the Battle of Pamplona 1813-2013 in good spirits having, alongside their Spanish allies, pushed Boneparte’s army out of Spain. Onwards to France!
23rd Royal Welch Fusiliers at the Bicentenary of the Battle of San Marcial & San Sebastian, 1813-2013
Local events such as this are excellent for brushing up the drill and training new recruits. Even for a spot of cricket! The Kymin, Monmouthshire, 2013
The 23rd had a fantastic time quelling those pesky rebels at the Battle for Vingar Hill, 1798 reenactment! Enniscorthy Ireland, 2013!
23rd giving a volley at the Battle of Vitoria monument, 23rd June 2013 – Bicentenary of the Battle of Vitoria, 1813
23rd giving live firing, drill and living history displays at Bersham Ironworks, Wrexham – location of the Royal Welch Fusiliers Headquarters
Monument to the Royal Welch Fusiliers, Wrexham
The 23rd Royal Welch Fusiliers Kings Colours flying at dusk drill practice with the rest of ‘B’ Division as members of the 23rd attend the Bicentenary event for the Battle of Salamanca, 2012
The 23rd keeps the peace at the 2011 Barry Tall Ships Festival! The pirate contingent New recruits some celebrating their second season with the 23rd Royal Welch The Old Guard
This year 8 members of the 23rd travelled to placenoit in Belgium to take part in the re-enactment of Waterloo. A brilliant dish prepared for us thanks to William