The Regiment's cap badge is a representation of the Prince of Wales's feathers (formerly the cap badge of the Royal Regiment of Wales), while the hackle of the Royal Welch Fusiliers is worn by all NCOs and Other Ranks. HM The Queen is the new regiment's Colonel-in-Chief.
|The Royal Welsh||The Royal Welch Fusiliers|
|The Royal Regiment of Wales (24th/41st Foot)||The South Wales Borderers|
|The Welch Regiment||The 41st (Welsh) Regiment of Foot|
|69th (South Lincolnshire) Regiment of Foot|
Resilient Royal Welsh `Back Home' LLANELWEDD: Promising Start Made to Recovery from the Huge Financial Blow of Last Year's Foot-and-Mouth Misery
May 14, 2002; Byline: SHEILA COLEMAN FOR four days each summer the village of Llanelwedd on the outskirts of Builth Wells is packed to the...
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