| || The CO represents the regiment at meetings; act as an officer when required in re-enactment events; chair the AGMs and generally try to keep people informed, organised and happy.
I have been in re-enactment since 1969 and was one of the large bunch of long-haired hippies who dropped out of the SK to found The King's Army of the West and, eventually, the Roundhead Association. Sad to say there are very few of us left who are still involved today. I joined Fox's some time in the 1990's after being talked at by Kirky for several hours non-stop! But I had been associated with Fox's since the late 1970's when luminaries such as “Porridge” Robin were around.
I have been in several regiments through out the years, but they all had one common theme; the people in them were extraordinary, talented, great fun, caring and kind. And Fox's fits that bill to perfection; a most excellent blend of the delightfully ridiculous to the supremely sublime! Fox's works hard and likes to play fairly hard too, well sing and drink hardish anyway! I am very proud to be a member of a regiment that reminds me of such groups as the Diggers and Lord Saye and Seles, and hope to continue serving the regiment as CO for some time to come…right, stoke the barbecue and let's have some Kingly flesh!