Our Wales Homes for Veterans help Veterans like Colin August, 2017

Colin served with the Welsh Guards for 15 years, during this time he experienced active service in Afghanistan. It was during this tour he had seen close colleagues maimed, injured and lives lost. Colin returned home with severe psychological trauma as a result of the extreme danger and unrelenting threat that he had been exposed to. He was also struggling to cope with grieving his lost colleag... Read more

Trekking the Icelandic lava fields to help our homeless Veterans June, 2017

This week one of our fantastic fundraisers Cath Toogood, travels to the Icelandic Lava Fields to help our Homes for Veterans by raising vital funds. The trip is self funded and Cath has been training hard over the past few months; sticking to a strict training schedual. The trek itself is a tough and a challenging one, through a remote and wild environment. Cath’s training partner in the ... Read more

Proudly supporting Armed Forces Day June, 2017

We are proud supporters of Armed Forces Day which is taking place across the country on Saturday 24th June. An opportunity to show our support and to thank the men and woman who make up our Armed Forces community. There are lots of events taking place up and down the country. Locate your nearest event and find out how you can get involved -https://www.armedforcesday.org.uk/ Read more

Clydach Community Come Together To Remember November, 2016

On Sunday 13th November, the Clydach community gathered at the War Memorial in the village to remember those who lost their lives while serving their country. Following a service at St Mary’s Church, Clydach residents including members of Clydach Community Council paid their respects at the Memorial at the former Clydach Hospital along with representatives from Pobl Group and charity, Ala... Read more

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