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War Widows ‘Knock on the Door’: An exploratory study of the experiences of bereaved military families

Join Northumbria University on 21 September for a stimulating online public lecture launching new research into the impact that death, whilst in military service, has on the surviving family, how casualty notification was undertaken and the impact that notification has on the long-term wellbeing of those left behind.

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ABF The Soldiers’ Charity supports Army Widows Association Respite Weekend

Our charity has awarded the Army Widows’ Association a £24,000 grant. This will go towards supporting their AGM Respite Weekends and continuing the excellent work they do. The Army Widows’ Association was formed in 2004 and offers comfort, support, and friendship to the widows and widowers of service men and women.

All the members of the Army Widows’ Association have lost their husbands, wives, or partners, in varying circumstances, and are given support and help in whichever terms they need.

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In light of recent events in Afghanistan, please find information and support resources here