AGM 2019


By unanimous decisions the old committee have been reinstated;
Chairman: Mr MD Clark

Vice Chairman: Mr B Daniels

Secretary/ Treasurer: Mr D Griffin


Standard Bearer: Mr S Lee

Webmaster: Mr T Bassett

Our New Website

After many hours of effort our website has been completely redesigned and updated to provide an improved browsing experience which is compatible with all modern browsers and devices. Although our new site has been designed and built from scratch it retains the best content from the original site across 80 pages and contains more than 850 photographs.

New features include:

  • Search facility
  • Improved menu and navigation
  • Responsive design for browsing on tablets and smartphones

Several other improvements have also been made across the site. Please take a look around and provide your comments and feedback using the Contact Us form!

Our presence on the Internet was first made possible by the late David Prince, who created a website for the benefit of his friends and colleagues of the Royal Military Police Birmingham Central Branch. This redesigned website is dedicated to David as a tribute to him and his family.

Christmas Lunch 2016

Forty members and spouses of the Birmingham Central Branch of the RMPA attended their annual Christmas Lunch on Saturday 3rd December at the Holiday Inn, Birmingham. The Guest this year was Marius Heideveld, Secretary and founder of ‘The Friends of the Allied War Graves Foundation, Waalwijk and Surrounding Districts & Documentation Group WWII’ in Holland.

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After the lunch Marius gave a presentation on the work of his group of volunteers that look after the War Graves in their region and research them. They also visit schools giving the children information on the liberation that the Allied soldiers established in Holland during WWII.

For his work Marius was given the honour of being made a Knight in the Order of Orange-Nassau. One of the graves in the village of Vlimen is of a Lance Corporal John Steele CMP who came from Wednesbury and was killed in action. He is buried in the cemetery behind the Roman Catholic church together with another British soldier.

All the members enjoyed the lunch and look forward to a new meeting place in 2017.

Click on the pictures below to scroll through the gallery of full sized images

Church Parade, Southwick Park

Photo gallery from the Church Parade at Southwick Park, held on the 17th May 2015.

The Memorial Church, Southwick Park is the spiritual home of the Royal Military Police. The Church contains RMP Memorials, Books of Remembrance and Laid-Up RMPA Standards. All RMP personnel are entitled to be married and have their children christened in the Memorial Church, with the permission of the Commandant, The Defence College of Policing and Guarding. The Church is also licensed for marriages.