This site is maintained by a former member of B (L&D, PAOY) Squadron, The Royal Yeomanry.  The content of this site is unofficial and should not be taken to reflect the policy or practice of any organisation (in particular, the Territorial Army, British Army or the UK Ministry of Defence).

 

Last updated: 31/12/2016

 

The Official Website for the LDYPAO Association.

 

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B (LDYPAO) Sqn Report 2014
LDY Association Newsletter 2012
Previous Newsletters & Sqn Reports 
In Memoriam
Regimental Biography
Today
Battle Honours & Guidon
Frezenberg
"Songster", the Great War  Veteran
Affiliated Regiments
LYC & LDY Band
LYC Drum Horse
Historical Timeline
Armour, Weapons and Horse
Badges & Insignia
Officer Wire Badge Diagrams (LY)
LY Regiment & Squadron Standards
Brooches & Medals
Silver Items
Uniform
Headdress
Ties & Stable belts
Personalities & Men
LY War Relics
Source Publications and Locations
Books about the Regiment
PAOLYC Sword Manual
LYC Horse Manoeuvres
LYC Horse Furniture
LYC Bugle Calls
The Derbyshire Yeomanry
The Yeomanry Force c1900
Links
Guestbook
Loughborough Carillon Meuseum
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"The Young man, born to this age of speed, can receive all the excitement he desires in a rush across country in a tank, which will carry him on the modern battlefield much more safely and effectively than the horse.
The mechanisation of the Cavalry may have come as a blow to the horse lover, but, though the horse has been replaced by an armoured vehicle, the esprit de corps and the great fighting traditions of our Cavalry remain stronger than ever."

Quote from a book on the Royal Armoured Corps

website created by:

Griff Morgan-Jones

Special thanks to:
John Taylor, Leicester.
David Knight, for his kind assistance.
{The Private Collection}
The Codrington Family
Leicestershire Yeomanry Collection, The Carillon, Loughborough.
John Sills (Cpl, LDY PAO Regiment)
Steve Attwater (LYSWB Listing)
The British & Commonwealth Military Badge Forum
The Great War Forum
Steven Bosley
The late Robert Smith
Nick Ide


Regional since 13/10/2008

In Memory of
George E Basford
1921-2000
Leicestershire (P.A.O) Yeomanry, 154th (LY) F.Reg, RA.