The associations for the two respective regiments of the Household Cavalry are The Life Guards Association and The Blues and Royals Association.
Their purpose is to promote a lasting bond between serving and retired members of the Household Cavalry regiments, as well as the dependants of former soldiers. The regimental associations help to preserve the unique traditions and customs of The Life Guards and The Blues and Royals, while keeping contact between the many members of their regimental families. They form a focal point for remembrance and comradeship, both of which are vital for the continued strength of the regiments of the Household Cavalry.
All those personnel who serve or have served in the Household Cavalry are automatically members of their regimental association, as well as the Household Cavalry Foundation.
If you want to contact your regimental association please email:
There are also several associations based around the UK who welcome former Household Cavalrymen. Their contact details are available from Home HQ.
Household Cavalry Association North East Branch
The North Staffordshire Branch
Household Cavalry Association for Northwest and West Yorkshire
Household Cavalry Association Dorset
Household Cavalry (East Anglian) Dining Club
The Old Oak Tree
An association originally designed for former Life Guards, but now open to all former Household Cavalrymen:
Household Cavalry Association Branch Australasia
The Household Cavalry Foundation (HCF) cares for the soldiers, casualties, veterans, horses and heritage of the British Army’s most senior regiments.
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Household Cavalry Foundation
HQ Household Cavalry
Horse Guards, Whitehall
London SW1A 2AX
Telephone: 020 7839 4858
To report a death please telephone: 01753 755 061
Membership is FREE to all serving members of the Household Cavalry and Life Guards and Blues and Royals Association members.