167 Catering Support Regiment RLC

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167 Catering Support Regiment RLC Flag of the British Army.svg
Active 1993-present
Country United Kingdom
Branch British Army - Army Reserve
Type Regiment
Role Catering Support
Part of Royal Logistic Corps
Garrison/HQ Prince William of Gloucester Barracks

167 Catering Support Regiment is a Royal Logistic Corps regiment and part of the Army Reserve.

The Catering Support Regiment has its headquarters and training facilities at Prince William of Gloucester Barracks in Grantham, Lincolnshire.[1]

The regiment was formed as part of the Royal Logistic Corps in 1993 and was the successor to the Central Volunteer Headquarters of the Army Catering Corps.

In 1998 the Regiment was reorganised into three squadrons.

The Regiment maintains a pool of Army Reserve chefs ready to deploy in support of the Regular and Army Reserve wherever required.


The regiment has three squadrons under its control:[2]

  • 111 Catering Squadron
  • 112 Catering Squadron
  • 113 Catering Squadron


  1. ^ "Plans for barracks heard at full meeting of South Kesteven District Council". Grantham Journal. Retrieved 9 October 2015. 
  2. ^ "167 Regt RLC" (PDF). MoD. Retrieved 9 October 2015. 

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