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17th September 2018

The Gurkha regiments explained

Our simplified guide to the Brigade of Gurkha’s complex regimental system.

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12th July 2018

Trailwalker 2018 event has been cancelled

The Trailwalker UK event, which was scheduled for this weekend (13-15 July), has been cancelled due to adverse weather conditions.…

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13th March 2018

Five unique blades from across the world

The Gurkhas are renowned for carrying the famous kukri, but they’re not alone in carrying unique weapons. We count down…

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16th February 2018

5 reasons why Joanna Lumley is Absolutely Fabulous

As a daughter of the Brigade – her father was in the 6th Gurkha Rifles – the Gurkhas have always held…

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5th February 2018

Leaving a legacy: our Book of Honour

Leaving a Legacy in your Will is an incredible thing. We want to commemorate that.

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27th January 2018

Who are the Gurkhas?

  We hope you enjoy our animation, which shows the history of Gurkha soldiers and The Gurkha Welfare Trust narrated by…

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9th January 2018

We’re taking on Trailwalker

Trailwalker UK is an endurance race where teams of four attempt to complete a 100km walk in under 30 hours.…

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8th January 2018

Gurkha widow Manisara Thapa: How we’ve helped

Twenty years ago, 92 year-old Manisara Thapa’s life was far from easy. Her husband, Rifleman Balsing passed away in 1988,…

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4th January 2018

The Impact of Clean Water

We visited Upallo Arkhala village, a relatively small community of around 1,000 people located three hours (via land rover) from…

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26th December 2017

Scott Sears reaches the South Pole

In November 2017, Lieutenant Scott Sears from the First Battalion Royal Gurkha Rifles set off to break the record for…

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