Prudent planning

We quizzed Elliot Chambers, of Goughs Solicitors, and Megan Phillips, of BLB Solicitors, about the hows and whys of wills... I’m young, happy and healthy. Why should I concern myself with making a will now...

From Chelsea to Normandy

D-DAY Revisited, one of the latest organisations to receive funding from the Armed Forces Covenant Local Grants Programme, is using its funding to create a national tribute and legacy to the veterans of Normand...

Ready for a break?

THIS October, come and join the SSAFA family for a fun-filled break open exclusively to military families with children who have additional needs and disabilities – and siblings are welcome too. The Family ...

Enter our summer 2019 giveaways

WE HAVE sourced some fantastic prizes for this winter’s Army&You. If you’re a British Army family, click here to view the entry form. Choose as many giveaways as you would like to enter, complete your detai...

Fund for schools

LAST year, the Secretary of State for Defence announced an extension of the MOD’s Education Support Fund (ESF) for an additional two years - £3 million in 2018/19 and £2 million for 2019/20. The ESF is open...

Sporting success for Salisbury students

THREE rugby-playing Salisbury Cathedral School pupils have been selected for development player programmes with Premiership clubs. Max, who belongs to Andover Rugby Club, has been chosen to represent London ...

E-learning for civvy street

AN INNOVATIVE e-learning resource for armed forces families who are leaving or have recently left the military has been launched.   The free training programme, created by Warwickshire County Council, addres...

Review: The Grumpit

THE Grumpit is a self-help storybook for two-to-ten-year-olds created by army spouse, Polly Bateman, to help her young son grow in confidence and self-esteem, by learning to calm himself in situations where he ...