Teens sat together

Can your teen help shed light on service life?

Forces Children Scotland is looking for teenagers from serving and veteran families to work together to develop a multi-media campaign to help people better understand what it’s like to be a forces child. Th...

#SMSpouses on tour

The Military Coworking Network is welcoming social media experts from BFBS to its hubs, starting on 15 February. For one day only, BFBS will be on hand to answer your social media questions, provide solutions ...

Space to listen

A mental health pilot service has been launched to support armed forces children, young people and families in Scotland. Forces Children Scotland (previously the Royal Caledonian Education Trust) has launched ...

Minds matter

Scotland’s Armed Forces Children’s charity, Royal Caledonian Education Trust (RCET), is calling on service young people to get in touch. RCET has received funding from the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust to wo...

Studying in Scotland

Did you know, in Scotland, universities and further education colleges are working closely together to better support the military community? AFF’s education and training specialist, Jenna Richardson, met (vir...

Spotlight on service children

The voices of service children in Scotland are highlighted in the first manifesto of an armed forces children’s charity. The Royal Caledonian Education Trust (RCET) manifesto has been launched ahead of the Sco...

Flying the flag for Scotland’s welfare

In Scotland, the Army Welfare Service (AWS) has staff based across the country in Kinloss, Inverness, Leuchars, Edinburgh and Glencorse and if you’re lucky enough to be posted to this part of the world you’ll h...

New support for Scottish Service youngsters

A SCHEME to improve the support and services on offer to young people from Scotland's Forces families has been given the green light thanks to a £40,000 grant from ABF The Soldiers' Charity. The three-year N...

Life in Scotland

Army spouse Lucy tells us about her family’s experience of a posting north of the border… How long have you lived in Scotland? We have lived in Colinton in Edinburgh for three years. What’s your quarter ...

Scotland spotlight

A POSTING to Scotland might mean an opportunity to get back to your roots or an adventure a long way from home but either way, Scotland has lots to offer Army families. Whether you are planning to soak up the c...