Welcome to the Royal Naval Association Community Site

This is an unofficial site, it has been created as a portal for members of the Royal Naval Association (RNA) to keep in touch via the means of a community forum, blog pages and social media applications. This site is designed to run alongside the official RNA HQ version, all official documentation, announcements and event notifications can be accessed via the Royal Naval Association pages.

Only members of official RNA Branches may be registered to use the private forums, however, there are public pages available in order to inform guests of up-and-coming events, or to provide guidance, and official links, for potential recruits to the RNA.

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Royston RNA’s social evening, 16 March 2019

Shipmates from Royston and District Branch enjoyed a social evening, along with shipmates from Haverhill RNA, at the Eternit Sports and Social Club near Royston. With a buffet, raffle and of course some Rum, a great evening was had by all. The proceeds from the raffle were donated to RNA Haverhill’s club charities: the RNLI …

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Shipmate John Reynolds, Crossed the Bar, 11 February 2019

Shipmate Barry Adams of Welwyn Garden City Branch, Royal Naval Association, has passed the sad news that shipmate John Reynolds has Crossed the Bar on the 11th February 2019. SM John was a Life Members of the WGC Club and had been a loyal member for over 45 years. Over his time, he had undertaken …

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A day in the life of a Royal Navy Critical Care Nurse

Lieutenant Leanne Fullwood has served in the Royal Navy for nearly 13 years. Her career began in 2006 with 10 weeks of Phase 1 training at HMS Raleigh where everyone is taught basic military skills, discipline, how to iron and maintain kit, physical training, teamwork and maritime skills such as sea survival and firefighting. To …

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Huntingdon RNA present a toolkit to the local Sea Cadets

T.S. Cromwell, the Huntingdon Branch of the Sea Cadet Corps will be teaching cadets basic engineering skills using old lawn mower engines and any other small engines. To support this, S/M Pete Aston suggested to Huntingdon RNA members that we purchase a tool kit to help the cadets as they only had some basic tools. …

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