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True Meaning? November, 2014

We are lucky enough to have a growing dedicated team of Volunteer Chaplains. They are people of all ages, both lay and ordained, with a range of different skills and life experiences, who are willing to serve in the local community. It’s not uncommon to see them in and out of all our projects either popping in for a cup of tea, providing a listening ear, helping out in the kitchen, doing ... Read more

We will remember them November, 2014

This morning, at 11am we paused and fell silent, spending two minutes honouring all of our fallen soldiers and marking Armistice Day. Thanks to the Royal British Legion and the Poppy Appeal, Remembrance is not just at the forefront of our national consciousness, but proudly pinned to our jackets and shirts too: in the form of a small red poppy which tells everyone who sees it “we will not... Read more

Mayor and Korean Defence Attaché attend opening of new Home for Veterans November, 2014

Our second Gloucestershire Homes for Veterans, opened on the 5th November. The Mayor of Gloucester, Deborah Llewelyn was joined by the Korean Defence Attache, Captain Juhyeon Park, to cut the ribbon which officially opened the new home.  Councillor Paul James, veterans from the Battle of Imjin, representatives of the ARRC (including the RSM), and residents from some of our homes also came ... Read more

November Network News November, 2014

The clocks have gone back, and the nights are creeping in. As the weather turns colder, we ask that you take a moment to consider our winter appeals to help homeless and vulnerable people across the UK whose struggles get harder at this time of year. With Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day, just around the corner, we also stop and reflect on the incredible bravery and sacrifice of so many peo... Read more

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