Over 9% of people who live in the UK have served in our armed forces and they are present in every walk of life. Their unique experience can result in them sometimes needing extra help, Veterans HQ – support where it’s needed.
Over 9% of people who live in the UK have served in our armed forces and they are present in every walk of life. Their unique experience can result in them sometimes needing extra help, Veterans HQ – support where its needed.
“We all need support to some degree and Veterans HQ and all the activities they offer give us that support. I always walk away with a feeling of relief… until next time!”
Ted – 6 years’ service, Royal Navy & Veterans HQ Buddy
“When life was at its darkest, Veterans HQ brought me back into the light”
Kate – 8 years’ service, Women’s Royal Army Corp / Adjutant General’s Corps & Veterans HQ Buddy-in-Training
“Sadly I’ve never served in the Forces, but my respect for those who have is boundless. My father was awarded an OBE for his 37 years’ service to the REME and was a true leader of men. My commitment to Veterans HQ is partly about saluting his memory and partly about ensuring our Veterans are empowered to lead fulfilling lives after their military careers are over.”
Stuart – Founding Trustee of Veterans HQ, sadly, 0 years’ service!
“I joined the Royal Army Ordnance Corps (RAOC) in 1979 and left the Forces in 2010 and seven years on, still suffer with serious PTSD. With the help of Bob, Andy & Veterans HQ, I am now so proud to be a Veteran and to help out. Without HQ, I don’t know where I’d be.”
Robbie – 32 years’ service RAOC; Royal Logistics Corps & Veterans HQ Greeter / The Water Boy
“I had a talk with Bob about helping to get homeless Veterans off the streets, for their own sakes and the Veterans HQ project was soon born. I signed up immediately and it’s not only helped other Veterans but it’s also really helped me to clear my own head.”
Ken – 12 years’ service Royal Army Medical Corps & Veterans HQ Buddy
“Veterans HQ is there for whenever Veterans need help. That is why we offer the help because it’s us Buddies and volunteers that benefit as well as our clients.”
For further details and other Film Club dates, Please contact adele.jordanLVP@thebreckfieldcentre.com firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.fact.co.uk/event/ex-forces-film-club-rocketman Free Screening every last Wednesday of the month
In conjunction with the Hive, the next Force for Good Project is on 22 June 14.15pm - 16.00pm For further details see the flyer below or contact Adele at Veterans HQ on 263 5079. A Force For Good Annual Dates A5 Leaflet
Celebrations will start in Liverpool for the upcoming Armed Forces Day. Monday 24 June – Flag raising ceremony at Liverpool Town Hall – 11am Wednesday 26 June – HMS Eaglet Drumhead Service at Exchange Flags – 7.30pm Saturday 29 June – Drumhead Service at Our Lady and...