Keeping work ready

THERE IS no contract to sign and no extra clause in the wedding vows but when you become an Army spouse or partner do you have to accept that your career will take a backseat?, writes Jill Misson. Living with ...

Enter our autumn 2017 giveaways

ARMY&You has sourced some fantastic prizes for British Army families to win – click here to view the entry form. Choose as many giveaways as you would like to enter, complete your details and submit. One...

Life in Wales

The Houghton family share their experience of a posting to Wales… How long have you lived in Wales? We’ve had three years in Crickhowell and almost two years in St Athan. What is your quarter like? I’...

Heart of the community

Community Support Development Workers (CSDWs) are the people on the ground delivering activities and events to garrisons and camps across the UK. Do you know yours? Army&You caught up with Caroline Cossens,...

Created for keeps

Rachel Day and Merry Whitaker are friends, mothers and former serving soldiers who are married to military personnel. Their company, LoveKeepCreate (lovekeepcreate.co.uk), began as a kitchen table business and ...

Parenthood and pay

Understanding your leave and allowances when you’re pregnant or becoming a parent can be a bit of a minefield, so we’ve teamed up with MoneyForce to make sense of it all… IF YOU are having a baby, you’re e...

The long road to parenthood

Lizzie Allan and soldier husband Steve welcomed baby girl Matilda Poppy to the world in February – five years after they first began trying to conceive. Lizzie chatted to Army&You about their IVF journey… ...

Powering up

AFF has teamed up with workforce expert Manpower to give Army families in the Salisbury Plain area the chance to access free-of-charge employability advice and support. We attended one of the sessions to find o...