Men and women of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines serve their country, often at times of danger. Continue reading “The Royal Naval Benevolent Trust – Supporting The RNBT Family”
For 100 years a two minutes’ silence has been held on Armistice Day before the laying of wreaths. The silence represents the moment when at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in 1918, the guns of the Great War finally fell silent.
Forces Help to Buy (FHTB) was introduced in 2014 as a £200 million scheme to help Service personnel get on the property ladder. The fact that the latest ﬁgures show that since that time around £215 million has been spent is testament to its popularity. If you haven’t looked at how the scheme could help you and your family, it’s time you did since it is scheduled to close at the end of December 2018.
To help former servicemen and women with mental health problems, Combat Stress have a unique nationwide Peer Support Service.
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.