In 2021 the Corps will be commemorating and celebrating 100 years since its formation in 1921. Over these 100 years the Corps has had an enormously varied history, contributing to the operational effectiveness and health of the Army both at peace and at war.
During 2021 we will be taking part in a number of events that will both commemorate and celebrate the Corps' first 100 years. This will include serving and retired persons from both the Regular and Reserve forces.
Additionally several members and ex-members of the Corps are writing a series of articles for the British Dental Journal that tell the Corps' story and its contributions to the Army and the wider dental profession.
A project carried out in conjunction with the Museum of Military Medicine will be showcasing a temporary exhibition of RADC historical pieces and stories. This will be shown at a number of military museums across the UK during the Centenary year.
The success of the Centenary year will depend on ensuring as many people who have been involved with the Corps' history, including close family members who have been part of Corps family and history, are aware of the plans for 2021 so they can attend the events listed herein. Therefore, if you are in contact with anyone who might wish to attend any of the above events then please pass on the details.
Scheduled to take place at the Highlanders Museum, Fort George
Scheduled to take place at the Green Howards Museum, Richmond
Scheduled to take place at the Cornwall’s Regimental Museum, Bodmin.
This event will be held in The Holiday Inn, Farnborough.
There are only 180 tickets available on a first come first served basis.
Scheduled to take place in Cardiff at a venue to be confirmed.
A Corps Thanksgiving Service will be held in the Garrison Church Aldershot, this being the date of the actual Corps anniversary.
As this event has restricted attendance it will hopefully be filmed and placed on this website.
A date for this event is still to be confirmed.
Due to ongoing restrictions not scheduled to finish until April at the earliest it has been necessary to postpone the Battlefield Study and Corps participation in the Menin Gate Ceremony (Ex Memorial Dragon) from the original planned dates of 16-21 May 2021.
It is hoped to re-schedule this event for later in the centenary year and full detail will be posted on this website as soon as it is available.
France/Spain. Further details to be announced.
An exact date is yet to be confirmed. The event will take place in a venue to be confirmed.
An exact date is yet to be confirmed. The event will take place in Camberley.