Queen's  Own  Oxfordshire  Hussars  Association

 

 

On this page we wish to inform you of the aims and benefits of being a member of the Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars Association (QOOHA).

 

Firstly, a link to where you can view all of the QOOHA Purposes & Rules.

 

In brief, there are 3 main classes of membership :-

a.      Full membership - for serving and ex-soldiers of a QOOH or OY unit

b.      Honorary Membership - for selected persons who have been beneficial to the OY/QOOH

c.      Associate Membership - with no previous service in a QOOH/OY unit

 

The affairs of the Association will be administered by a management committee of members numbering not more than eleven and not less than seven and they will include :-

a.      Ex officio the Chairman, for the time-being, of the Oxfordshire Yeomanry Trust (OYT).

b.      One other Trustee of, and nominated by, the OYT.

c.      Ex officio the serving CO or OC, and one senior NCO and one junior NCO or soldier nominated by the OC of the current QOOH/OY unit.

d.      Not less than three members of the Association who are not currently serving soldiers.

e.      Ex officio the Editor of The Oxfordshire Hussar newsletter.

 

An Annual Luncheon is held each year (normally in October) where members have the opportunity to meet and chat with their previous comrades-in-arms.  The AGM is also held on the same day.

A montage of pictures from various Annual Luncheons can be seen below.

 

Members receive a quarterly newsletter - The Oxfordshire Hussar - either by email notification to a secure website, as an attachment to an email or via the Royal Mail.

 

Joining the QOOH Association

 

Anyone wishing to join the QOOH Association is asked to email the Honorary Secretary – Jean Mills for a membership pack, stating your name, address and service details (if applicable) or complete the Contact Form.

General Data Protection Regulation

 

With the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) introduced by the EU on 25th May 2018 (and now incorporated into UK law), the Association has formulated its Policy on Data Protection and a link to a copy can be found here.