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App brings heroes to life

A new, free family activity uses augmented reality technology to tell moving stories of sacrifice at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire....

Expanding your horizons

For military spouses and partners, starting a course in a traditional college setting requires more planning than our civilian counterparts. The big q...

Two birds with one stone?

It's no secret that being a mobile military family can make it difficult for spouses and partners to maintain a career. In AFF’s 2018 research, conduc...

The Big Career Shake-Up

Programme Castle is set to completely modernise the way your soldier’s career is currently structured. So how is it going to change things? We asked t...

Constant choirs connect

When you move around frequently and often at short notice, it can be tough settling in and making new friends, but the Military Wives Choirs (MWC) can...

Beca’s hash recipe

This is a great way of using up leftovers and keeping washing up to a minimum. Corned beef hash is a forces’ classic that’s on the menu in many cookho...

Feeding my army

Beca Lyne-Pirkis is best known for her Welsh language cookery show Becws on S4C and as a contestant on The Great British Bake Off. As a military wife ...

Thriving Lives Toolkit

A toolkit is now available to help schools boost their support for service children. Thriving Lives has been created by the Service Children’s Progre...

Wraparound childcare

Wraparound care trial in Catterick There’s good news if you’re based in Catterick with children aged four to 11, you can now apply for free before- a...

Setting Standards

Army&You spoke to some early years settings to find out how they support service children… The Nest, Tidworth - 27 service children out of 32 Ho...