Closure of Armoury House (from 16 December)

From today, in accordance with the Government’s current tier structure, Armoury House is closed.

The Company Office and Sales Office, however, both remain open for enquiries until 23 and 21 December (inclusive) respectively. Please direct any queries to the following email addresses:

General enquiries:
Membership enquiries:
Venue hire:

We will also continue to have a presence online; to keep up to date with news please visit our website at or follow us on social media.

For all media enquiries please email the Chief Executive, Sean Crane:

We will continue to closely review the advice from UK Government and Public Health England and monitor the current situation of Covid-19 to keep everyone up to date with our plans.

Finally, from all at the HAC, we wish you a festive and safe Merry Christmas and Happy New Year and look forward to welcoming you back to Armoury House in 2021.

Welcome to the Honourable Artillery Company

The Honourable Artillery Company was established by Royal Charter on 25th August 1537. Since the 17th century the Company has also been described as a Regiment, and since 1964 has been registered as a charity (charity no 208443).

Its charitable purpose, in line with its original charter, is “for military exercise and training and for the better defence of the realm”. The HAC has occupied Artillery Garden since 1641 and Armoury House, its Headquarters and Mess, was built in 1734.

The HAC comprises two indivisible parts: the Regiment (part of the Army Reserve), and a membership of 2,500 active and veteran personnel. It also runs two CCF contingents, a Special Constabulary Detachment and ceremonial sub-units.

The Company’s civil and financial affairs, together with its many clubs and societies, are managed by the Court of Assistants and the Company staff administer the membership, finances, property and facilities.


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