Boosting Veteran support in Grimsby and Cleethorpes

The Grimsby and Cleethorpes branch of the RAF Association have received a funding boost from the Veterans’ Community Centres programme, to help better provide for the many Veterans they work with. Veterans such as 102-year-old Stanley Edmunds (pictured centre), who served in the RAF during the Second World War and now receives support from the…

Tackling Veterans’ isolation in Kent thanks to Veterans’ Community Centres Programme

The Trust was excited to get the opportunity to visit a new installation at the Royal Marines Association (RMA) Deal club in Kent last week, following their grant award of £17,386 through the Veterans’ Community Centres (VCC) Programme. One of the first to receive funding from this programme, the club have installed a new carvery…

Veteran support in the heart of Derbyshire

Parwich Royal British Legion Club has become one of the first groups to receive funding from the Veterans’ Community Centres (VCC) Programme. Based in the vibrant village of Parwich, in the heart of Derbyshire within the Peak District, the club was formed just after the Second World War, quickly becoming an essential community hub. With…

First awards made under Veterans’ Community Centres Programme

We’re delighted to announce that the first awards have now been made under our Veterans’ Community Centres Programme and 11 worthy projects will take a share of just over £220,000 awarded to improve the facilities available to veterans in their local communities.   From making centres more accessible for disabled veterans, to modernising these spaces into places that…