The Friends Gazette is our black and white magazine. It is published in-between the Castle & Key and contains topical news on the Suffolk Regiment. Unlike the Castle & Key, it has no regular features except Letters to the Editor where we published your questions, comments and criticisms and let you have your say.
We try wherever possible to include a review of a Suffolk Regiment-related book and an update from Friends member and Hon. Curator of the Regimental Museum, Gwyn Thomas, as to what the museum has been donated and what up and coming exhibitions they will be holding. You'll be amazed at what treasures the museum and the archives holds!
Below is just a small selection of the content of one of our recent editions:
Above: The story of Lieutenant-Colonel C.A.H. Brett, DSO, killed at Le Cateau.
Above: Our ongoing serialisation of the 1st Battalion's part in the Normandy campaign.
Above: Recent discoveries from the Maori wars and a reader-submitted story.
Main Picture: Men of the 1st Battalion travel by train through South Africa, 1900.