The Welsh Guards will be celebrating their first St David's Day in Windsor next weekend, since moving into Combermere Barracks in St Leonard's Road last summer.

On Saturday the Band of the Welsh Guards will be performing a free concert at 7pm in Holy Trinity Church, Claremont Road, attended by veterans and followed by a collection in aid of the Welsh Guards charity and Holy Trinity.

Sunday, March 1, is St David's Day and at 10.30am there will be a special service led by the Reverend Matthew Dietz CF, chaplain to the First Battalion Welsh Guards to which all are welcome.

During the service a 'temporary' Regimental Memorial Cross is being rededicated and its home will now be at Holy Trinity. The cross was originally unveiled in June 1982 by members of the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards at Fitzroy Cove, Falkland Islands, in memory of the 38 Welsh Guardsmen and attached soldiers, who died as a result of the Sir Galahad incident.