Royal Australian Artillery Association
of Western Australia (Inc)
“Sit Nomen Decus”
( Let the name be an honour ).
UPCOMING DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
Royal Australian Artillery RAA in WA - 150 Years
3rd November 2024 Gunners Day
Stirling Square Guildford
Short march, laying of wreaths,
Memorial Service in St Matthew’s Garrison Church
Followed by a Light Luncheon
6th December 2024 St Barbara’s Dinner
The 2024 St Barbara's Dinner will be held at Hobbs Artillery Park,
for futher information, please contact;
Secretary John Blylevens or President Robert Farrelly
Embroidered Beret & Pocket Badges
SALE PRICE of $10.
Please send money and details to
Secretary RAAA of WA Inc
Post Office Box 881
Committee 2022 / 2023
President Lt Col. Bob Farrelly
Vice President Rob Coales
Secretary Maj. John Blylevens
Treasurer Stan Davies
Committee Ken Hepworth
Committee Wendy Mahoney
Committee Raymond Kennedy
Committee Andrew Dunjey
The objects of the Association are to:-
(a) To foster linkages of the Artillery Associations of Western Australia and Australia.
(b) To erect or assist in the erection and maintenance of memorials to Artillerymen.
(c) To provide assistance to members in case of distress through the use of Royal Australian Artillery Association of Western Australia (Inc.) Welfare Fund.
(d) To foster comradeship and esprit de corps.
(e) To take an interest in and encourage the Artillery Trainee.
(f) To further the interest and prosperity of the Association in all its phases.
(g) To organise and foster Gunners Day (the nearest Sunday to the 11th of November) and other memorial services.
(h) To ensure that the property and income of the Association shall be applied solely towards the promotion of the objects or purpose of the Association and no part of that property or income may be paid or otherwise distributed, directly or indirectly, to members of the Association, except in good faith in the promotion of those objects or purposes.
Application Form to join our association can be downloaded HERE
Last updated March 2022