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.

If you are a member of the RNA, use the ‘Contact Us’ menu and provide your details in order to register with this site.

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RNA Royston Branch charity stall and tombola

Shipmates from Royston Branch attended the Royston Kite festival on the Heath Royston on Sunday 4th August 2019. They manned a charity stall and had a tombola to raise funds for good causes.  

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HMS BELFAST: Dry Run of Black Tot Day

On 30th July approximately 100 RNA shipmates were invited to take part in a “Dry Run of Black Tot Day” on board HMS BELFAST to commemorate the Death of the Tot on 31st July 1970. National Council Members had been tasked to invite 4 shipmates from each Area of the Association. The event was jointly …

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Sea Sunday Service: Huntingdon, 14 July 2019

On Sunday 14th July 2019, shipmates from Huntingdon & District Branch, Royal Naval Association, hosted a Sea Sunday Service on Market Hill in Huntingdon. This was the first time the Branch had hoseted the event; previously the day was organised by the local Merchant Navy Association, but with age and ability, they were unable to …

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Peterborough Naval Veteran receives Norwegian Commemorative Medal

Peterborough Naval Veteran, 100, receives Norwegian Commemorative Medal in honour of his service almost 80 years ago. On 10th July, George W. Hockney BEM, a resident of Park House, Nursing Home in Peterborough, was the subject of a very special presentation, held by Defence Attaché Colonel John Andreas Olsen from the Norwegian Embassy. A Norwegian …

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