Life Guards in Great Britain: Militaria: Badges, Uniforms & Equipment Posted 23 hours ago · Edited 23 hours ago by peter monahan I know that the Scots Grey's who were at the 200th were from the Regiment itself and had the support [read 'money] of the Army. The recently retired Colonel of the Greys, who I believe was at that time commanding the London District territorials, or somethig of the sort, was a mover and shaker in getting the group to Belgium. I strongly suspect that the Life Guards were supported similarly by their unit and perhaps an Old Comrades group. Again, your best bet is most likely the NA chaps. If you are a Facebook user, try to hook up with a Major Rob Yuill. he was our Brigade Major at that event and now works for the Rifles Museum in some official capacity. He's very involved in napoleonic re-enacting, a lovely man and almost certainlywilling to offer advice. Good luck! [His FB identity shows up as "Rob Yuill RHQ The Rifles"] Good luck with the search!