The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum is a Ministry of Defence part-funded museum, accredited by the Arts Council (Registration Number: 959). The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum Trust is also a Charitable Incorporated Organisation with a Constitution and registered charity number 1156207, both dated 17 March 2014. On 1 January 2015 all assets belonging to the previous unincorporated trust (registered charity number 1009691) were merged with the new trust (1156207).

Mission Statement

The purpose of The Royal Green Jackets Museum Trust is to collect, document, preserve and provide access to material relating to The Royal Green Jackets and its antecedent regiments, and to use and interpret this material for the education and benefit of members of the Armed Forces and the public of all ages and backgrounds.


The Trustees’ vision for the future is that The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum should be widely recognised as a dynamic and progressive constituent of Winchester’s Military Museums that capitalises on the excellence of its collection and modern technology to reach out and provide information and an experience for visitors and users that excites, inspires, educates and appeals, which prompts them to return, and which generates sufficient income for the Museum to develop and flourish.


The Museum Trustees hold routine Board meetings three times a year, usually on the last Friday of February, June and October.

The members of the Board of Trustees are:

Brig James  Plastow CBE (Chair)
Mr Nigel  Atkinson
Mr Charles  Cohen
Mr David Erskine-Hill
Mr Guy  Fetherstonhaugh KC
Mrs Sue Heath-Caldwell
Mr Stephen Little
Dr Ruth Taylor
Mr Stephen Wood

Museum Curator

Mrs Christine Pullen. E-mail:

Museum Mentor

Mrs Rachel Wragg, Museum Development Manager.

Annual Accounts

The annual accounts of the Trust are posted on the Charity Commission website.

Annual Report

To read the Trustees 2022 Annual Report, which summarise the activities of the Trust in 2022 and its financial position,  please click here >>