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Just to make the point that once you are a member of the discussion forums, you will always be able to access all the information on here. We will not be making any sections for the "Elite" or whatever.

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Some people have indicated that they are having difficulty in working out how to register for the New style Forum. I've just gone through it again and it is very straight forward.
If you open up the Forum, in the blue top banner there are categories, one of which is REGISTER.
Click on that, agree to the conditions. Fill in at least the basics (marked with * ) in the form, click the 'automatically log in' box and submit. User Name and Password are both case sensitive (i.e. use the same lower case and caps as you did when filling in the original registration). This will be useful if you use a different computer at any time.
An email is then automatically sent to you to confirm acceptance within a few minutes. In that email you have to click the link shown to confirm and then you're a member.
Do not include any numbers or underscores in your user name. These will automatically block admission.

When a member, you'll be able to post replies to topics or place new ones, amend, choose styles etc.

In the top right there is a box in which you can type key words to a subject you want to search. Key in the word(s) and click 'return'.

Very straight forward. Hopeyou enjoy it.
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WE recently had a Lecture by Bill Cainan about the Zulu War , he was a brilliant speaker and I would like to inform any Buffs that having a Lecture from this knowledgeable Man will be well appreciated by everyone present , He Lectures on behalf of the Regimental Museum in Brecon and he does them proud , He is highly recommended.
George Harris Ex RE Member of the Pte Thomas Collins recognition Committee

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