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Lt Andy Wellum-Kent briefs the Bn on the Battle of Minden in a 21st Century style Change of Role.
The First Battalion took over the Land Warfare Centre Battle Group role in August 2009.
It will sit on a plinth of solid granite approx 11 ft by 5 ft engraved with a suitable inscription on the front such as; 'We Will Remember Them' (not shown in photo) and be surrounded by 4 granite benches.
After considerable deliberation the design on the memorial was agreed as it is the Colours which all Fusiliers follow and are the embodiment of the Regts achievements and sacrifices.
There will be those who do not like the design of the memorial, the size the shape and so on.
Where I am sure there is common ground is that our Fusiliers who have lost their lives deserve a lasting and fitting memorial at the Arboretum and the small stone that is there currently does need replacing.
We are still in negotiation with them over whether it can be put into the same location as the current memorial, but early indications are that this is achievable.
An artist's impression of the new Memorial is shown below.
The handover to 2 Royal Welsh on 29 July marked the end of this time.
The Minden Band and 1RRF Corps of Drums provided a fine selection of music, and many of the Fusiliers' families and friends were present to watch the parade.
For many of the cohort they were receiving their first operational medal.
It is made from a single piece of dark grey curved granite which ill be polished.
The dimensions will be approx 8 ft wide and 6 ft high.
When not on these large exercises the Battalion took part in a huge number of smaller exercises, both as enemy and friendly forces.