Welcome to the website of The Herefordshire Regimental Museum
The Herefordshire Regimental Museum
The Museum tells the story of the The Herefordshire Light Infantry, The Herefordshire Regiment and The Herefordshire Rifle Volunteers - all volunteers from a small rural English county. It is a success story; a story of bravery, determination, and devotion to duty, of sadness, of comrades lost, but also that of a job well done. It is a story that deserves to be told and to known more widely.
About The Museum
The Museum is based in the Army Reserve Centre (ARC) (Suvla Barracks) in Hereford.
It is a Registered Museum (1951) and a Registered Charity (272006) and operates under the auspices of the Ministry Of Defence (MOD) Museums policy and The Army Museum Ogilby Trust (AMOT). It also works closely with The County's Museum, Library and Art Galleries department staff. The Museum holds Arts Council England Accreditation.
It is totally volunteer run and receives no formal funding, relying totally on donations; if you feel able to support the museum see details at: [INSERT LINK].
The Museum is always pleased to receive enquiries and visitors - however visits must be arranged in advance as the Museum is not staffed every day.