They encourage anyone who knows inspiring women, men and teams to nominate them to help recognise and celebrate outstanding defence people. This year there are 10 categories plus the coveted ‘Woman of the Year’ award.
Smith Served with the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards in a career that saw him travel the globe. After a serious injury and rehabilitation he became a strongman and is currently preparing to launch his own disabled strongman competition, appropriately called, The Superhumans. He spoke with Civvy Street about his journey, back from the brink.
Men and women of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines serve their country, often at times of danger.
Established in 1922, the RNBT helps non-commissioned Sailors, Marines and their families (The RNBT Family) throughout their lives.
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Monday 11 September 2017 1000 – 1700 hrs
Everton Football Club, the Peoples Club,
Goodison Road, Liverpool, L4 4EL
The event is FREE and open to the Service Leaver, Veteran, Spouse and Reserve community
(The event is not open to the general public)
Many (North West) Armed Forces Covenant companies who understand the qualities the Service person brings to industry will be in attendance and are actively looking for full-time employees
There will also be the opportunity to discuss Self-employment options with X-Forces
A CV and Interview skills workshops will be on offer
The Local Authority Armed Forces Champions will be on hand to answer questions regarding housing, school admissions and family NHS support
Veterans HQ will be available to discuss on-going Welfare support to Veterans
To book a place at this prestigious event email Captain Geoff Nuzum at