The September edition of the Veterans in Communities newsletter is now live.Read more
Following further advice we have had to make further changes on how the current coronavirus crisis has affected VIC, the VIC Centre in Haslingden, the Hyndburn Veterans Drop-in, our activities and how the outreach team will be working for the foreseeable future.Read more
The January edition of the Veterans in Communities newsletter is now available to download.Read more
The Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust has launched a £3M funding programme to fund renovations and improvements to veterans’ community centres.Read more
Worcester residents are invited to attend a morning of coffee and cake hosted by Blind Veterans UK, the charity for vision-impaired ex-Service men and women.
The event, which will run from 10:00am – 12:00pm on Thursday 6 July, will be held at the Guildhall.
Victoria Beech, Regional Fundraiser, says: “As an organisation we are very aware that there are many more veterans out there that could benefit from our support. They just need to know that we are here for them. This event will be a great way to raise our profile in the Worcester area, ensuring that no vision-impaired veteran in the area is forced to battle sight loss alone.”Read more
GCHQ and The Cheltenham Trust have joined forces to bring the giant ‘waterfall’ of over 9,000 handmade poppies, which helped to launch the Royal British Legion Gloucestershire County Poppy Appeal 2016, to Cheltenham Town Hall until April.
This also marks an exciting new venture for The Cheltenham Trust by using its five venues, including the Town Hall, to bring arts displays to unexpected places to support community projects. Located in the historic spa well area of the Town Hall where the spa waters were once pumped to the surface for its restorative properties, the poppies will stand from floor ceiling filled by the natural light of the stairwell.Read more