A Leatherhead social enterprise which provides employment to people with disabilities has been enlisted to help with the assembly of a commemorative WW1 figurine following an overwhelming national demand for the product.
Mental illness is common and can affect anyone (even Serving and ex-members of the Armed Forces and their families). Whilst some people cope by getting support from their family and friends, or by getting help with other issues in their lives, others need clinical care and treatment.
ABF provide a lifetime of support to soldiers, veterans and their immediate families. Each year, they support a wide range of front-line charities and specialist organisations, such as SSAFA, Combat Stress, Royal Star & Garter and the NSPCC, which deliver help on their behalf.
Severely injured soldiers and veterans making up three international teams from the; UK, Canada, and New Zealand, are to cycle, using specialist recumbent tandem cycles, over 1500 miles from the most southern point to the most northern point of New Zealand during late October and November 2018.
Mick Dawson Served with the Royal Marines between 1980 and 1991 and is a Falklands Conﬂict Veteran. He’s about to row the Paciﬁc Ocean with his fellow Veteran, Steve Sparkes, who is blind.