The 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment

DEPOT

REGIMENTAL HEADQUARTERS
MUSEUM
THE REGIMENTAL CHAPELS


     


     
     

       

     
     
     

    On October lst, 1913, a Chapel for The Regiment, St. George’s Chapel, was dedicated in the South Transept of Chester Cathedral. 

    It is a memorial to all ranks of The Regiment who had laid down their lives for their sovereign and their country. 

    It contains among other things, the Roll of Honour Book, and Anderson and Second World War Cenotaphs, old Colours, except those which are kept in the Cheshire Military Museum or other Cheshire Churches. 
     
     

 

    Situated on the centre floor of the Agricola Tower in the medieval Inner bailey of Chester Castle is the little Chapel of St. Mary de Catsro, for many years the Chapel for the Regimental Depot.  It continues today as a Regimental Chapel used principally for baptisms.  It is open to view by the general public.

 

MEMORIAL GARDEN


 

This page was created by Eardley Bryan. 

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