The present day Combined Irish Regiments’ Old Comrades Association is a direct descendant of what is believed to be the first Regimental Association, that of the disbanded 18th Royal Irish Regiment, which was formed in London by the late Charles Prior during late 1922/early 1923.
The main aim of the Association today is to preserve the names and honour the glorious deeds of all the brave and loyal Irish Regiments and our major focus is the Annual Parade held at the Cenotaph in June each year.
Next year's Parade will be held on Sunday 14th June 2015 and welcome anyone who has served right across the Irish Regimental family to join us on that day in Whitehall.
Members are also welcome to join us at our quarterly meetings, which are held at the Civil Service Club in Westminster.
On this web site, we shall continue to share the storied histories of all the Irish Regiments, with particular focus on their role during the First World War and its aftermath, which led directly to the foundation of our Association. We shall regularly be adding stories about the actions of the Irish Regiments.
We also look forward to keeping you up to date with news and photographs from recent Association events and we shall be delighted to receive feedback from you.
We hope you enjoy visiting this web site and look forward to seeing you on parade in the near future.