British Resistance March At The Cenotaph 2016.
Page last updated on 17/10/16
In November 2013 remaining veterans marched past the Cenotaph for the very first time. You can see
more on this here.
In 2014 we marched again and more info can be seen here. Our 2015 march can be seen here.
Peter Potter (Auxilier from Fingringhoe Patrol in Essex)
Hugh Frostick (Escorting Peter Potter and son of Cpl. C. W. Frostick of Horsley Cross Patrol in Essex)
Charles Malcolm Hancock (Grandson of Major Malcom Hancock)
Polly Hancock (Granddaugher of Major Malcom Hancock)
Violette Valentine (Daughter of Cpl James “Jim” Thomas Caddy , an Auxilier with Constantine Patrol in Cornwall)
Michael Miners (Son of the late Trevor Miners and Auxilier from Perranporth Patrol)
James Miners (Grandson of the late Trevor Miners and Auxilier from Perranporth Patrol)
Robert Miners (Grandson of the late Trevor Miners and Auxilier from Perranporth Patrol)
James Gascoyne (Son of ATS Airlie Campbell (Hollingbourne) and Auxilier Clive Gascoyne (Sittingbourne)
Philip Merricks OBE (Son of Jack Merricks from Icklesham Patrol)
Paul Jarvis (Grandson of Cpl James (Jim) Jarvis of Hetton Le Hole Patrol)
William Ashby (Son of Scout Section Officer Lt. W Ashby) and marching for the & British Resistance Archive.
Roger Green (National Trust Volunteer & Historian from GHQ Coleshill)
If you wish to order a British Resistance wreath from the RBL then you can download the form here. We have added the key wreath info on the form already.
The Home Guard and Bevin Boys are normally represented each year on Remembrance Sunday and take part in the
march past the Cenotaph on Whitehall.
10 years ago the Museum of the British Resistance Organisation started
a campaign to try and get Auxiliers marching but for a few reasons this did not end up happening.
In 2011 CART renewed the campaign and on 26th March 2013 permission was
granted by the British Legion for representatives to march that November. The marching contingent now march in the military group behind the Home Guard.