14th Signal Regiment was formed in 1959 from the United Kingdom Commonwealth Communications Army Network Signal Regiment, taking on the responsibility for world-wide communications on behalf of the British Army. At this time it was based in England. On 1st July 1977 it reformed at 14th Signal Regiment (Electronic Warfare) with the mission to provide Commander 1st British Corps with electronic warfare support. By 1978 the Regiment had settled in Celle, Germany where it remained until 1993.
Also in the Vital Link (yeah yeah I own a copy, every good Corps man does ) it says 14 Sigs was formed in 1977 by Lt Col Sprackling OBE. I would go with the later date. If your still worried try the museum or the local RSA.
When I was at Harrogate I got lemoned for something called 'Signal View' which was basically a Corps recruitment event where they bussed in gaggles of schoolkids and attempted to get them to enlist in R Signals.
Units within the Corps sent det/stands to 14 Sigs - based at Worcester. My part in it was as a guide to lots of pretty young schoolgirls - about the same age as me (16) and there's a story there but not for this forum. This was 1974 - distinctly remember watching the World Cup final (West Germany Vs Holland) in the cinema.
Additionally, when I was a member of the Regt, I was sent back on a KAPE tour to Gloucester - where they have the freedom of the city, believe they used to be in something called Robin Hood Barracks. We set up a stand, ran the Gloucester Half Marathon etc. The Regt was quite proud of the fact they had the freedom of Celle & Gloucester and we had the Mayor & Burgemeister talking to each other over the HF.
1976 Amalgamated with the (then) 30 Sig Regt.
Do you mean the 14th Army Signal Regiment, formed in BOAR in 1955, and stationed in Lemgo?
This regiment was joined by the Lubbecke District Signal Squadron (formerly 3 Sqn 19 Army Gp Signal Regiment)
This Regiment is not listed after 1957