Last Updated 10/4/2017

Welcome to the Internet home of Repulse Reunion Association
NOTE
IF ANY MEMBER HAS CHANGED THEIR EMAIL ADDRESS SINCE INFORMING THE ASSOCIATION
ON JOINING COULD THEY PLEASE EMAIL Mick Inshaw
m.inshaw@lineone.net
AS WHEN I SEND MAIL SHOTS OUT I GET A FEW RETURNS WHICH THEN MEANS I HAVE TO
SEND A LETTER WHICH COSTS THE ASSOCIATION MONEY.
I THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION.
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NEWS ITEMS
SUBMARINE LOSSES
WE WILL REMEMBER THEM
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HMS REPULSE
Who touches me is broken
Repulse first commission
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This Web Site was designed for people who served on H.M. Submarine Repulse. We have a lot of archive pictures and facts about the submarine and those whom served on her. We would also like to hear from those who served on or helped build her but are not members of the association, please state which commision and which crew. If you had a friend who served upon Repulse and have lost contact and we might be able to help you re-establish contact with them.If you have any interesting facts, figures or pictures of Repulse we would love to hear about them. We can scan and return your photo's.
An End of Polaris ceremony was held in Faslane Naval Base on the 28 August 1996 with the then Prime Minister, John Major giving the final decommissioning speech to close the Polaris programme. During the ceremony a commemorative plaque was unveiled at the entrance to the Trident base.
After the ceremony a small buffet lunch was held in the "Ship Lift" and a group of "Repulsives" met together for the first time for many years. The lunch progressed to a dinner in the Ardencaple Hotel that evening and it was decided that having had such a good time, they ought to do it again in the future. So is it and the above Association was born:
Chairman
Frank Scutt
CMEA (P) retired(frank.scutt@gmail.com) 
Secretary
Mick Inshaw
POOEL (P) retired (m.inshaw@lineone.net)
Treasurer
George Elward
CMech (P) retired



The association first met on the 25th September 1997 at the Imperial Hotel, Barrow in Furness (The birthplace of Repulse).
The association at that time had 73 people who declared in interest in joining. We now have around 220 members and still looking for more to join.
The association has it own newsletter, an AGM and we have a reunion about every two years. Our membership fee is very small and only used for administration costs.
OTHER REPULSE BADGES ALL HAD SAME MOTO
Who touches me is broken





APRIL
HMS E15  17th 1915, AE2 30thl 1915, HMS E22 25th 1916, HMS C16 16 th 1917,
HMS E1 3rd 1918, HMS E9 3rd 1918, HMS E19 3rd 1918, HMSE8 4th 1918, HMS C26 4th 1918,
HMS Regent 18th 1943, HMS P615 18th 1943, HMS Splendid 21st 1943, HMS Sahib 24th 1943
HMS C27 5th 1918 , HMS C35 5th 1918, HMS C3 23rd 1918, HMS Thistle; 10th 1940, HMS Tarpon10 th 1940, HMS Sterlet 18th 1940, HMS Unity 29th  1940, HMS Usk 26th  1941,
HMS P36 1st 1942, HMS Pandora 1st 1942, HMS Upholder 14th  1942, HMS Urge 29th 1942,
HMS Affray  16th 1951,

My name is Stephanie and Im trying to find my Dad, possibly too late as hes around 10 to 13 years older than my Mum and shes 77.
My Dads name is John Black Mackenzie hes noted on the crew list for HMS Repulse as Radio Mechanician1. I know he lived in Naval Quarters in Hilsea in Portsmouth. I also know that he had 4 or 5 children before I came along and theres a previous post on the Repulse website from one of his children who has also tried to track him down although I have no idea if they succeeded. I have a couple of photos of him but have not seen him since I was two or three years old. Any information, stories or photos would be greatly appreciated, thank you for reading this post.