Sharing experiences

Rebecca Wakefield (pictured above), head of community support for the Army Welfare Service, tells us about her role... How do you work with Service families? My role is to lead the play, youth work and ...

Gathering evidence

ARMY&YOU caught up with Phil Dent (pictured above), head of community engagement, social justice and impact at the University of Winchester, to find out more about its role in the Service Children's Progres...

Your children’s voice

THIS year AFF has an exciting and important focus on Service children, writes Jilly Carrell, Education & Childcare Specialist (pictured above). We will be teaming up with the University of Winchester’s Se...

Show time in Colchester

SOLDIERS past and present will be the stars of a free show marking Armed Forces Day in Essex. The 16 Air Assault Brigade and Colchester Garrison Show will take over Abbey Field, Colchester on Armed Forces Da...

Time for you

TIME to get your diary out – the dates and location for the next Warrior Programme courses have just been announced. The Warrior Programme, available to all adult Service families, is a fantastic personal d...

Wives summit world’s highest volcano

AN INTREPID group of military wives have successfully climbed the highest volcano in the world, Chile's 6,893m Ojos del Salado. Members of the Forces Wives Challenge (FWC), which was featured in Spring's Arm...

‘Don’t panic over primary places’

Today (Tuesday 16th April) sees the announcement of the primary school places for September 2019. Hopefully you will be thrilled at your offer – but what do you do if that is not the case? We caught up with Sop...

SEND support for families

Moving back to the UK from your overseas posting can mean mixed emotions. However, when you have children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) this can leave you with additional worries and an...