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The Last Post

British Army remembers the fallen with poignant video featuring the Last Post

THE BRITISH Army has released a video ahead of Remembrance Day entitled The Last Post, featuring a bugler playing the emotive tune of the same name, which commemorates those who made the ultimate sacrifice in war.

Poignantly the video opens to the sound of waves crashing at the foot of the White Cliffs of Dover, with the bugler looking out to sea. As the moving music continues, the camera starts to circle the Bugler and as it does the location changes – transporting us to a sunrise over Stonehenge.

With the Bugler at the heart of the video, the location becomes a powerful supporting artist as we are magically transported around the country taking in a number of recognisable landmarks including the Angel of the North, Tower Bridge and Edinburgh Castle before ending, fittingly, at the National Memorial Arboretum.

The Bugler is Lance Corporal Sebastian Yaseen (24) who is an Assault Pioneer within the Bugle Platoon of 5th Battalion the Rifles. He was selected to be featured in the Army’s Remembrance Video out of 80 Buglers within the regiment and says it is one of the great achievements of his career so far.

“This has been a great year for me,” said LCpl Yaseen. “I placed second in the regimental competition and became the Colonel Commandant’s Bugler.”

In the five years that he has been playing the bugle, Sebastian has played at Horse Guards, the Royal Albert Hall and at a number of International Rugby matches, and has spent a number of days over the last two months filming all over the UK for this video.

When asked what his highlight was, he said; “Filming all over the UK has been a great experience and sounding the Last Post is huge honour. I always feel an overwhelming sense of pride.”

After a month of careful planning, the team of four Army photographers started filming in September. Warrant Officer Class 2 Daniel Harmer, Sergeant Jonathan Van Zyl, Corporal Tim Jones and Corporal Pete Brown brought the video to life but it is LCpl Yaseen who was the star at each location.

“The public reaction was great,” he said. “I had a lot of interest at all locations. Many people wanted photographs and asked me questions about the regiment, the bugle itself, and what we were filming for. I didn’t go into detail as we didn’t want to spoil the surprise!”

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6th October 2017 – Leckford Lakes, Hampshire

Date: Friday 6th October 2017
Location: Leckford Lakes, Hampshire

John Lewis Partnership will be hosting 18 guests from mixed units for their annual event at Leckford Lakes, Hampshire on October 6th.

Club members will mentor on the day.

Please note: As requested by the MOD No Alcohol will be permitted at any FFF event

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4th October 2017 – Manningford Fishery, Pewsey

Date: Wednesday 4th October 2017
Location: Manningford Trout Fishery, Pewsey, Wiltshire

Fifteen Guests from HQLF will be joining Fishing For Forces at Manningford Trout Fishery near Pewsey on October 4th.

MENTORS required please.

Mentors kindly note the postcode SN9 6JZ.

Manningford Trout Fishery
Manningford Bohune

Please note: As requested by the MOD No Alcohol will be permitted at any FFF event

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September 14th Chalybeate Trout Fishery

Members of HMAF will be hosted and mentored by TWFFS club members at the 2nd event this year generously partially sponsored by Fifdelity International worldwide. TWFFS in conjuction with FIW have kindly hosted two events a year and have done so for the past three years.

My sincere thanks to both groups for your all support it is truly appreciated.


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July 8th – Chalybeate Trout Fishery

Venue Chalybeate Trout Fishery. Hosts TWFFS. Again this year thanks to the generosity of Fidelity International Worldwide they are holding an interoffice (3 at present) fundraising competition for FFF with FIW matching every pound that is raised which is fantastic. Tunbridge Wells FFFS members will mentor the day and if it remotely like last year will be a resounding success with a laugh a minute and merciless banter galore.

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1st July – Memorial for Richard Twite at Robinswood

On July the 1st there is a competition being held at Robinswood Trout Fishery by Jillian the lovely wife of Richard Twite a very well known and respected angler and renowned fishery owner. The entry fee proceeds are to be split between three charities at present unnamed but I have no doubt will definitely be most worthy and there are 1st,2nd& 3rd prizes as well. Come along and support such a worthy event and get a glass of Red FOC as well. For details please contact Jenny at and get in quick as I am up for it, alongside quite a few already. Details below.

My best,


Robinswood was Richard’s favourite place in the world. He also supported some charities that were very close to his heart.

Richard’s wife Jillian would like to invite you to join her on Saturday 1st July 2017 at Robinswood to celebrate Richard’s life in the most appropriate way, a fishing competition along with a glass of red!

Whilst at it, we will be raising funds for three charities by donating all entry fees in memory of Richard.

The fishing competition will be for best fish with trophies being given for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.

If you would like to attend, please let me know as soon as possible so we have an idea of numbers.

I hope you can join us.


Best Fish Competition

Entry £30 per person to include a 2-fish ticket for the day with food and drink.
Non-fishing guests £5 per person

9am – Fishing starts
1pm – Lunch
3pm – Weigh in and trophy presentation

Usual Fishery rules apply. Trophies for Winner, 2nd and 3rd Places A small tipple will be provided to toast The Guv’nor

If you would like to attend, please telephone 01252 794321 or email: Jillian – or Jenny

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June 6th – Manningford Trout Fishery

The event was a roaring success sponsored by Imtech Engineering Svs with the mentoring being done by angling clients of Imtech who did a superb job ably assisted by a few FFF mentors.

The guests were from the RAF 28 Sqdn with a few military personnel for a competitive mix. Biggest fish went to Mr Robinson (Mil) at 3lb 8ozs and Biggest bag to Mr Walker (RAF).

After a wet and windy the day died beautifully and judging by the smiles mission accomplished. Pint Tankards were presented to the winners by Simon Robson and most generously half pint tankards to the mentors.

Mr Walker (RAF) then kindly presented Mr Robson and I with beautiful framed prints signed by all the RAF lads and mine is already on my Wall of Pride. I feel privileged and “mission accomplished”.


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May 15th Manningford – Tremendous day of fishing

A tremendous day kindly for a great crowd from Army Trg Br with everyone catching fish. Biggest bag to Lt Col MacMulen of 15.8lbs and biggest fish, a stonking 5.8lbs rainbow to Lt Col Martin.

The mentors surpassed themselves again with Mike Edwards doing photography and Mick Pegg (Mr Scales) on weigh in. The mentors have to be congratulated for catching the group up in a competitive manner and there was a lot of banter even during the rain.

Well done all and thank you Imtech Technical Svs for sterling support.

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April 25th A great day at Manningford

Again a successful day for FFF as the smiles say it all. A great group from HQLF with lovely old friends appearing much to my delight. Biggest bag went to Matt Patterson and biggest fish to Mike O’neill a nice 4lb 8oz fish that put up a helluva fight.

Manningford fishery chef Gaydon did them proud and they all finished the day with fish and slightly bloated from food. Mentors did them proud and everyone took at least one fish home so mission accomplished, once more thanks to them.

Pic 4 Paul Dalgleish a staunch supporter and mentor complaining of the size of the one he lost and my face obviously expresses sadness whilst thinking “do I really give a xxx” having lost a good one whilst he bent my ear.

A great day for all.

Bill Howell (Founder)

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April 20th – Chalybeate

Once again Tunbridge Wells Flyfishers Association hosted a group from HCMR and QOGLR for a superb day of fishing at this pristine fishery. A great day had by all with copious food for brekkie, lunch and tea and cake to finish.

Biggest bag won by Jamie Bradbury (HCMR and biggest fish by Adam Cooper (HCMR) so the Ghurkas have some catching up at the next event. The banter was superb and very few did not catch apart from the flak from confederates on the way home, but I am sure all departed very happy.

A superb job by the club who mentored as well and Jim the fishery owner for the stock and quality of fish. A privilege to be part of these events.

Bill Howell (Founder)

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