The Regimental Band of The Royal Welsh (formerly The Regimental Band of the Royal Welsh Regiment, oddly simultaneously also called Welsh Territorial Army Band in official sources?) Under command of the 3rd Battalion, The Royal Welsh. The band, the only all brass band remaining in the Army, also has the 3rd Battalion Corps of Drums under command, which is in two component parts, in North and South Wales, and also the responsibility for The Regimental Goat of the 3rd Bn. Newport. Originates from The Band of The Welsh Volunteers in 1967, which formed from the bands of the Monmouthshire Regiment, and the TA Bns of The Welch Regiment. In 1971 becoming The Band of The 3rd Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Wales, in 1999 Royal Welsh Regiment. FROM : A Moment in Time - A Look At the British Army. Gordon Angus Mackinlay 2008
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