The Successor Units, 1993
Following SDR, things changed again! Refer to the History
page for greater detail.
The Yorkshire Volunteers, in 1999, was succeeded
by the following:
The East and West Riding Regiment
Tyne Tees Regiment
Although not following a strict lineage, former Yorkshire Volunteers
had remained in a Drill Hall in Rotherham and become 146 Recovery Company
REME, and soldiers of 4/5 Green Howards rebadged as 104 (Pioneer) Squadron,
Royal Logistics Corps, in Coulby Newham.
The TT Regiment rejoined the PWO
and DWR companies of The East and West Riding Regiment to become, on the 6th of June 2007, the TA
Battalion of the Yorkshire Regiment, to be known as 4 Yorks.
For the latest information from the new regiment click the link:
Immediate Predecessors of Yorkshire Volunteers