We are really keen to get as many female veterans together to chat about any challenges you have faced since leaving the military. Also, to share any positive experiences you have had since becoming a veteran.Read more
The local SSAFA Branch will be supporting veterans through the new Monmouthshire Veterans’ Hub in Abergavenny.Read more
The Office for Veterans Affairs and the Office of the Secretary of State for Wales appoint Colonel James Phillips as the first Veterans’ Commissioner for Wales.Read more
An evaluation of the Restorative Approaches Veterans and Family Service (RAVFS) has been published, funded by Forces in Mind Trust.Read more
The conference will provide delegates with an increased understanding of Service children and their experiences in education.Read more
Llandudno Mayor, Harry Saville, visited Blind Veterans UK’s training and rehabilitation centre on Sunday 31 October to learn more about the support, rehabilitation and care provided to blind veterans.Read more
Woody’s Lodge are looking to partner with organisations as part of The Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust’s Veterans’ Places, Pathways and People programme.Read more
St David’s Day has been marked at Royal Star & Garter’s three Homes.Read more
Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT) has awarded Swansea University £279,503 to undertake the first ever UK survey to understand and explore the levels of gambling participation and attitudes to gambling in ex-Service personnel.
International evidence reveals a hidden gambling problem among ex-Service personnel but there is a lack of relevant data as to the nature and extent of gambling problems in UK Armed Forces Service-leavers.
This two-and-a-half-year study aims to identify how ex-Service personnel may be more vulnerable to developing issues with gambling than the wider population, and estimate any resultant healthcare costs by exploring the relationship between financial management and mental health problems.Read more