I am only too happy to let you know everything is back as it should be 🙂
I have gone through the website again only to discover that the images have yet again disappeared. I have gone to support at WordPress asking them to take a look as I am not able to spend days doing it once again like I did a week or so ago. I am afraid if the … Continue reading Website Errors
I have just purchased another domain to get you to the site. In the next few hours you can start to use HUSSAR.SITE I know it doesn't really make things any easier but I just thought I liked the idea of owning the domain.
Dear Hawks, I have carefully reviewed the website and made the necessary corrections to address any errors that I have identified. I have ensured that the content is accurate, the formatting is consistent, and all links are working as intended. However, as meticulous as I may have been, I would greatly appreciate it if you … Continue reading Site errors
Hi all I appreciate your loyalty and continuous support. I recently received feedback regarding some faults on the website, and I want to assure you that I take these matters very seriously. I apologise for any inconvenience caused by missing or relocated images, and I have taken immediate action to address these issues. Upon investigating … Continue reading Errors on the website
I apologise for my brevity in the previous response. It seems that my enthusiasm to update the website has waned, and I am finding it difficult to gather the motivation to continue the task at hand. However, I remain hopeful that my passion for web development will be reignited, and I will be able to … Continue reading A lull in interest
I have updated the photographs on the bandmaster page! I am in need of two former bandmaster photographs, they are: WO1. Mr Richard Sands (1978 – 1988) WO1. Mr W. M. Robinson WO1. Mr R. E. G. Grimes If you have any images of them please contact me, it would be nice to add them … Continue reading Bandmasters
A 26th Hussars Officer's Side Hat - a familiar 'hawk'' but spot the difference! The 26th Hussars were raised at Meerut, India in June 1941 from a cadre of officers and NCOs of the 14th/20th King's Hussars. Lieutenant Colonel John B. Norton was appointed to command the regiment and the cap badge was the 14th/20th … Continue reading 26th Hussars
Lt George Newman Caswall - 14th Light Dragoons, c.1811.