As of March 2021, the Royal Munster Fusiliers Association will no longer maintain or use this website as a place to post information. Due to the popularity in social media in recent years, it is now more likely that the information we would have posted here in the past, is now readily available in many other places on the internet. There are now pages dedicated to the Royal Munster Fusiliers on Facebook and Instagram. One which is highly recommended in the Royal Munster Fusiliers Facebook Page run by Jean Prendergast. Jean has been a long time promoter and historian of the Regiment and continues to do so on her Facebook page. The Instagram page also posts images, some which may not have been seen before. The RMF Association would like to thank Insight Multi Media for hosting this page for the last number of years and also you, the people who have visited here for information.
We have not gone away and can still be found by contacting the secretary Ms Colette Collins at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any assistance
Many thanks to you all.
Adrian Foley. RMF Association.
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, the AGM which was due to take place in May has now been postponed until further notice. We will update you as soon as we can arrange a new date.
The Annual General Meeting of the RMF Association will be held at the Hibernian Hotel, Mallow, Co. Cork @ 12 noon on Saturday 16th of May. All members and those with an interest in the Royal Munster Fusiliers are invited to attend. Items for the agenda should be submitted to the Secretary no later than one week before the AGM.
A wreath laying ceremony will be held at the Royal Munster Fusiliers monument in Charles Fort, Kinsale on Sunday July 28th @ 2pm to commemorate the history of the Regiment. All members of the RMF Association are invited to attend. This will be an opportunity for members to meet others of the association in a social setting in the beautiful Charles Fort.
A lecture given by Irish Times journalist, Ronan McGreevey on the life of Martin Doyle VC MM will take place in the library in New Ross, Co. Wexford on Tuesday May 7th. All are welcome to attend
The Annual General Meeting of the Royal Munster Fusiliers Association will take place @ 1200 noon on Saturday May 25th in the Hibernian Hotel in Mallow Co. Cork. All members and those with an interest in the Association, are invited to attend.
Some of the items on the Agenda will include an update to the present constitution and a proposal to increase Annual Membership fees.
Anyone who wishes to add an item to the agenda for discussion at the AGM should contact the Secretary at least 7 days before the AGM.
Members can pay their Annual membership fees at the AGM.
At a recent meeting of the Executive Committee, a motion was carried to the effect that overseas membership will now go to €25 Euro. This reflects the increased cost of posting journals and any other correspondence outside of Ireland.
Members are reminded also that membership fees are due at the end of March each year and the membership year runs from 1st April to 31st March annually.
On Saturday the 10th of November 2018, Mr Roger Wilson will give a theatrical presentation on the life and letters of his Grandfather, Lt. George Annaheim at the River house Barn in Weybridge, Surrey. Roger and his wife Claire, will both present a ‘stage version’ of the many hundreds of letters that were written by Lt George Annaheim during his time at the Front. The letters provide a fascinating sight into the daily life of the 1st Battalion Royal Munster Fusiliers of which Lt. Annaheim was Transport Officer. Roger has also written a book titled ‘Anna Uncensored’ based on the letters, which has been published by Lighthouse publishing, The book which is priced at £12.99 is being made available to members of the RMFA at a discount price of £10 direct from Roger by emailing him at
Love, not War
All proceeds from the performance will go to both the Royal British Legion and The Royal Munster Fusiliers Association. The RMF Association is very much indebted to Roger for this wonderful gesture.
Today, the association had the honour of being present at Killorglin Library where one of our committee members Stephen Thompson, presented copies of his book to the Killorglin Library Archives and also to a number of people who had assisted him during his research. The book entitled ‘Killorglin’s Great War Servicemen’ took more than 7 years of work and is testament to Stephen’s hard work over that time. He was kind enough to present a copy of the book to the RMF Association for the help that he received from various members of the association. It is hoped that the book will assist those researching the first world war in Kerry, for many years to come.
The Annual General Meeting of the Royal Munster Fusiliers Association will take place at the Hibernian Hotel in Mallow on Saturday the 19th of May at 12 noon. Everyone is invited to attend wether a member of the Association or not. New members will be welcome on the day. The Annual subscription is €20 per year.
After a number of setbacks, the 25th Anniversary Edition of the Bengal Tiger journal, which was due for release in October of 2017, will now be collected from the printers this week and will hopefully be with you, our members in the next week or two. The journal is almost 70 pages so is noticeably bigger than the usual one. Hopefully the content and quality of the journal will make it ‘worth waiting for’.
Journals will be posted to all paid up members of the association. Please check with the secretary if you are unsure of the status of your membership. The price of membership is €20 per year.