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New Home for Veterans Opens in time for Christmas December, 2014
Our latest Wiltshire Homes for Veterans, opened on the 12th December in Salisbury. The expansion has come thanks to a grant of £33,075 from the Wiltshire Armed Forces Covenant. The charity is incredibly grateful to the Wiltshire Armed Forces Covenant for providing them with the means to create a quality and comfortable home environment which is so important for Veterans to transition back... Read more
The Alabaré Christmas Song December, 2014
We are proud to present Alabaré's Christmas song - We Will Walk With You Everyday: press play below to listen to the track! Reserve your copy now by emailing: email@example.com. CD's are £5 each. How the Song Came About Emma Andrews suggested we write a Christmas song at the start of 2014. Jo King then contacted managers and asked them to ask their clients and residen... Read more
Salisbury Veteran Raises Awareness for Christmas Appeal December, 2014
One of our Wiltshire Home for Veterans residents has featured in the national Homeless Veterans Christmas Appeal organised by The Soldier’s Charity and Veterans Aid. The campaign is being run in partnership with the Independent and Evening Standard newspapers to support those who served their country and now need their country to serve them. Justin served in the Royal Navy... Read more
Food Poverty report published December, 2014
Today sees the unveiling of an All Party Parliamentary Group Inquiry report into the reasons behind the growth of Foodbanks in the UK and the problem of food poverty in our communities. Salisbury MP John Glen joined colleagues spanning the Westminster divides to visit projects across the UK which help people struggling to feed themselves and their families. The Inquiry heard from c... Read more