The Adjutant General's
Corps Regimental Association is situated at Worthy Down, near
Winchester, home of the Adjutant General's Corps and was established in
1992 to promote a lasting
bond of friendship between the serving and retired members of The
Adjutant Generalís Corps and their dependants. The Regimental
Association preserves the traditions of the AGC and also promotes contact between past and present members of
the Corps and the antecedent Corps, in order to foster mutual
comradeship and to promote esprit de corps. It also provides
benevolence for its members.
All those personnel who serve or have
served in the Adjutant General's Corps are automatically members of the AGC Regimental Association
as laid down in the Constitution document. Associate Membership may be
granted at the discretion of the Regimental Association Committee to
those who have not served in the Corps but have been connected with its
The Constitution of the Adjutant General's Corps Regimental
Declaration of Trust for the Adjutant General's Corps was made
on 6th April 1992.
The Constitution was adopted on 21st
The Regimental Association became a registered charity on 28th
A copy of the Constitution of
the Adjutant General's Corps Regimental Association may be
downloaded by following the link:
Constitution of the AGC Regimental Association
Work of Adjutant General's Corps Regimental Association
The Regimental Association is the contact point for past and present
members and the following work is carried out by the Association:
benevolence for serving and ex serving members
of the Corps and their dependants who are in conditions of
suffering hardship or distress.
The Association cooperates with other Regimental
Associations and other charities and benevolence organisations
to ensure that help is provided in the most
the affairs of the Regimental Association.
the AGC Journal, the in-house magazine, for all members to
keep in touch with what's happening in the Corps.
the Annual Report and Accounts in accordance with Charity
with ex-serving members.