Letter from Her Majesty The Queen Re Junior Field Gun Acknowledgement

The DFG Association most recently received a reply letter from the Queen after we informed Her Majesty about the progress of Junior Field Gun Sport in which we supplied one of our DVDs & Guz Gazette ‘Special’ JFG Tournament Edition for her to view.

CLICK here QUEEN’S Letter February 2017

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6 responses to “Letter from Her Majesty The Queen Re Junior Field Gun Acknowledgement”

  1. the jap says:

    As a museum doughnut eater im up for the free one. Its nice to hear the Queen has been updated on the progress of Junior Field Gun. Be quite nice for those that are involved with the schools to be kept informed on whats happening also.

  2. dave worrall says:

    Not sure who the Jap is but it is quite obvious he doesn’t read the minutes from the Board Meetings!!!

  3. Ugly1878 says:

    By Brian O’Hara, DFGA Sec
    This Blog site is fantastic! Maybe ‘Trump’ should have one? On the question of ‘updates’ one can always contact Board members – me for one – and Dave Worrall, for instance, if you wish to discuss a specific issue, such as JFG. DW has now started writing a ‘Diary’ of his activities, which I circulate to the Board prior to each Meeting and attach to the Minutes. I will start circulating a copy of the Minutes to all those that have an email address via Dave Dace, as I’ve had to change my email address with the loss of my address list. In the meantime, for an update on the association’s contact with schools, read DW’s list of his activities, which is an Annex to the Meeting Minutes of 9th February 2017.

    • GuzGoFor says:

      Theres no need to do a separate circulation of meetings minutes, by email, as they are all shown within the ‘Members Pages’ of which all members have access, well Paid Up members that is.The minutes stay on the site so they can be read over & over again or dowloaded & printed off for ‘Bedtime Reading’ if one likes to do it that way?

  4. dave worrall says:

    Barney and I have just returned from Chatham after supporting 3 Brigade Royal Engineers Open Day for CCFs. A great success completing 19 runs with our large size reproduction units. Very competitive and well received by all who participated. Army may well become involved with FF and DFGA after this thrilling event for 16 to 18 year olds. Barneys historical knowledge of the Boer War was well received by all.

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