The Royal Signals Association
Promoting friendship and comradeship across the serving and retired Corps communities
Corps Veteran's extra miles
The Royal Signals Benevolent Fund helps Signallers and their dependants who are in situations of hardship or distress.
In the last three years we have granted close to £1 million to those in need. We deal with approximately two new cases every day. Visit the RSBF site to find out how you can be helped or how you can help us to help others.
Serving all Royal Signals Soldiers
The Royal Signals Association (RSA) exists to serve all members and ex-members of the Corps, whether young or not so young. We welcome you to our site. You can also find us on Facebook and in over 60 locations around the UK.
One of our aims to foster friendship among all members of our Corps family.
We are especially keen to provide more for younger members and appreciate any constructive ideas you may have to help us appeal to this group.
Comradeship is at the heart of The RSA
There are currently more than 60 branches of the Royal Signals Association nationwide. They operate autonomously. Most have lively, extensive programmes of events and activities.
Many meet at least monthly, have established committees and support the work of The Royal Signals, including RSBF fundraising.
Did you serve?
All regular, reserve and retired Royal Signals Corps Members are eligible for RSA Life Membership
RSA friendship and comradeship for all The Corps
Royal Signals Benevolent Fund
- £2m of grants awarded to those in need in the past 5 years
- Significant sports grants
- 100s of adventure training bids approved
RSBF - The Corps' charity.
Royal Signals Institution
The Corps' Professional body
Royal Signals Museum
Proudly displaying Corps history and heritage
Royal Signals Publications
- The Wire
- The RSI Journal
- The RSI newsletter
From Across The Corps
Countdown to the Corps Centenary
Royal Signals Benevolent Fund - Your Charity
Approx £1 million granted to Signallers in need in the last three years