Activities for 2010 included an excursion to the historic Stanley Village and cemetery, which was the scene of fierce fighting in the concluding days of the Defence of Hong Kong. Other excursions were to the coastal gun emplacements at Devil's Peak and to the Hong Kong Police Museum. Visits to the Branch were made by the General Secretary Peter Helmore as well as founding President John Wright who is now Hon. Secretary of the Cotswold Branch.
Forthcoming events include talks on early Hong Kong Police officers originating from Ireland and the History of the Royal Hong Kong Regiment (The Volunteers). The next excursion will be to the Shing Mun Redoubt, which formed part of the Gin Drinkers' Line designed to hold the Japanese invasion.