Playtime for Hampshire Forces families

THE thousands of military families living in and around the home of the British Army in Hampshire have a new children’s entertainment centre on their doorstep. Located a short drive from Aldershot, 360 P...

Great War whistle heralds foundation’s launch

A SERVICE whistle last used on the battlefields of the Somme a century ago was sounded to launch a new charity created to keep the memory of fallen Servicemen and women alive. The Commonwealth War Graves Fou...

Kettlebells help Carolyn ring the changes

WHEN Army wife Carolyn Done travelled to London a decade ago to watch husband Mike run the capital city’s famous marathon, the occasion sparked a healthy transformation in her own life. “I was totally inspir...

Become a childminder in BFG

IF YOU are living in British Forces Germany and are considering becoming a childminder, there’s lots of help and information available to guide you through the process, according to childminding co-ordinator Jo...

AFF on the road

AFF’s Germany Roadshow in Montgomery’s Bar, Paderborn, was one of our most successful ever, with a high turnout of families taking the chance to speak directly to the chain of command and experts from all walks...

Faith in the Falklands

A SIKH in the British Army has raised awareness of his faith in one of the most remote parts of the world by holding a "turban day" in the Falkland Islands. Lance Corporal Manpreet Singh Lally, a communicati...

Choir’s poignant performances

SINGERS from Shorncliffe Military Wives Choir travelled to Belgium for a trio of performances commemorating soldiers who fought and died during the First World War. The group, from Sir John Moore Barracks, F...