The City of London Branch was started by some former members of the Royal Marines Reserve (RMR), Bermondsey, London in 1983.
Bob Richmond BEM, who had been the Unit Sergeant Major, together with Terry Brown, Bill Reynolds and John ‘Doc’ Smith explored starting a Branch during a meet as guests in the Sergeant’s Mess Bermondsey.
In the mid 1970s some former Royal Marines (RM) of all ranks held an informal get together as The City of London Royal Marines Club, The Swan Pub, Ships Tavern Passage in Leadenhall Market, once a month.
The President provides advice and support to the Chairman, Committee and members of the Branch.
The Committee under the guidance of the Chairman are the governing body of the City of London Branch and responsible for making decisions in the best interest of the Branch.