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.
A statue commemorating the life of a World War II pilot has been unveiled in a ceremony at Edinburgh International Airport.
The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) has partnered with Forces Law, a network of civilian lawyers, for a year-long initiative that offers affordable Will creation in exchange for charitable donations.
As the national charity of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines, the RNRMC understands that while one person joins, it’s the whole family that serves. It is imperative that the families of those in the Naval Service are offered the support they need throughout life.
The Secretary of State for Defence, Rt Hon Gavin Williamson CBE, was a special guest of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity last month.
The Member of Parliament for South Staffordshire met staff from the national charity of the Royal Navy alongside guests from Veterans Outreach Support (VOS) and the Portsmouth City Council.