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Association of Wrens

The Association welcomes all serving and former women of the Royal Naval Services, which includes WRNS, RN, QARNNS, RN/WRNR, RFA and RM. The Association of Wrens was formed in 1920 yet is still relevant today for those who wish to keep in touch with friends and colleagues from service days.

About Us

About Us

Over 5,500 women members from both the UK and overseas share a unique camaraderie based on their determination that the spirit of the service is kept alive.

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Events

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Branches & Groups

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Latest News

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Regrets At Not Talking To Elderly Relatives – SSAFA

  SSAFA has found that 68% of Brits surveyed regret not talking to a late grandparent about their life and memories. Upsettingly, 41% wish they had spoken to their late grandparents about their wartime experiences. However, of those whose who had a late grandparent who served in the Armed Forces, 84% thought it was important […]

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New First Sea Lord Appointed

Meet the next First Sea Lord, Vice Admiral Sir Ben Key. The new Royal Navy chief has a decorated resumé of service spanning 37 years. VADM Sir Ben Key’s career so far He joined the Royal Navy in 1984 as a university cadet, graduating in physics from Royal Holloway University London. He qualified as helicopter […]

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On This Day….

On This Day 1993 Commandant Anne Spencer, the last Director of the Women’s Royal Naval Service retired & her post was abolished as the WRNS were integrated in to the Royal Navy. Succeeded by 1st, Chief Naval Officer for Women in the Royal Naval Service, Captain Julia Simpson. Source: OnThisDayRN

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