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Chilling and grilling with QRH

The welfare office barbecue was well attended by QRH families who all enjoyed the time to chat and sit down to a delicious lunch provided by the regiment’s chefsOn September 11, the Queen’s Royal Hussars unit welfare office hosted a families barbecue at Happy Hussars on Athlone Barracks, Sennelager.  

With the QRH Battlegroup currently deployed on Prairie Storm 3 it was and ideal opportunity for wives and children to get together and also give mums a day off from cooking lunch.

There was endless fun for the children on the bouncy castlesSome 60 parents and children attended the event and those who did had a great day.

Fortunately the weather was kind and everyone was able to make the most of the UWO bouncy castles and the toddlers could make full use of the indoor play area.

As always the chefs provided excellent food and there was plenty for those who wanted seconds. Special thanks go to Cpl Pun for his hard work in preparing and serving the food.

The day was a huge success and the welfare office team looks forward to seeing everyone again soon.

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QRH fund-raising for the SSAFA Big Brew

Pictured from left:  Joanne Payne-Faulkner, Michelle Crumley, Neil Rudd, Sarah Meenan and Karen ComiskeyThe unit welfare officer of the Queen’s Royal Hussars Capt Neil Rudd and a number of QRH wives have decided to boost this year’s QRH SSAFA Big Brew efforts by running the Gütersloh Half Marathon.  

Karen Comiskey, Sarah Meenan, Michelle Crumley and Joanne Payne-Faulkner will all join Neil on Sunday, November 6 to run 21km around the streets of Gütersloh.

In his role as the QRH UWO Neil has seen at first hand the great work SSAFA do for soldiers and their families and decided that he should do something to repay them. Having just completed other marathon events another one seemed like a sensible thing to do.

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