Spell-binding course for wounded troops

TRI-SERVICE wounded, injured and sick (WIS) veterans are being invited to learn a new skill and better cope with their illness or injury through the art of bookbinding. Wiltshire charity Bound By Veterans is...

Walking home for Christmas

WALKING With The Wounded (WWTW) is calling on people across the UK to do their bit for wounded Servicemen and women and join the Walking Home For Christmas campaign to raise vital funds for homeless veterans. ...

Inspirational boat building

WOUNDED, injured and sick (WIS) veterans are helping to build a unique rowing boat which will be used to compete in a world championship race next year. Participants in the project, at the National Maritime ...

Soldier has recovery off to a tee

  A SERVING soldier has praised a charity which uses golf to aid the recovery of wounded, injured and sick military personnel. Army Air Corps Warrant Officer, Neil Chantry, heard about the On Course ...

Injured personnel take on Canadian challenge

SIX severely-injured soldiers are preparing to kayak 465 miles down the Yukon River in Canadian Alaska with the charity Pilgrim Bandits. The extreme expedition, which takes place in September, required each ...

Golf pro launches tournament for injured troops

More than 15 injured personnel are poised to do battle over the fairways and greens in the inaugural Golf Fore Recovery Tournament. Troops from the Help for Heroes Recovery Centre, Chavasse VC House, based i...

Bear backs bookbinding

THE Wiltshire Barn Project (TWBP) is offering bookbinding courses to veterans and their partners to help rehabilitate those injured during the course of their Service career. Backed by TV adventure star and ...

Wounded warrior earns his wings

WINGS for Warriors is pleased to announce the success of Matt Bryant, one of its former students. After sustaining a life-changing injury whilst on an active tour of duty, Matt fought against the odds and se...