The Light Infantry Committee

exampleThe Light Infantry Committee formed in spring 2007 after the formation of The Rifles. It is responsible for looking after the interests of The Light Infantry: its people and heritage. The Committee is made up from former members of the Regiment including former members of the Regimental Headquarters. Although The Light Infantry Funds were handed over to The Rifles, the Committee has Trustee responsibilities for ring-fenced funds that support Regimental activities. The main event is the Annual Reunion.

The Light Infantry Club

exampleThe LI Club was established in 1933 for Officers for 'sporting and social purposes and to further the common interests of the Light Infantry Regiments'. On the formation of The Light Infantry in 1968 it effectively became the Officers Association of the Regiment. Since the formation of The Rifles in 2007 it remains in being exclusively for social purposes and the sporting activities, which took place under the auspices of the Club have passed to The Rifles Officers Club.

Recently added:

LI Club Chairmans Newsletter 2022 (PDF)

Club Lunch 2022

Club Dinner 2022

Light Infantry Associations

exampleThere are currently 44 Association branches, many of which have linked themselves to the new Regiment. The Association branches are coordinated through the former Light Infantry offices in Durham, Pontefract, Shrewsbury, Taunton and Bodmin. There are no Central Funds supporting branches but the coordination and identity are overseen by The County Secretary in the area concerned.