Working wonders in Wales

Supporting Service Children in Education (SSCE) Cymru is a Welsh Local Government Association programme with a mission to provide the best possible educational support to your children in Wales. So, if you’re p...

What’s life like in Wales?

What is it that can make you feel lonely or socially isolated? Is it being away from family and friends, being stuck without transport or being on your own for a period of time? These are the questions being as...

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’...

Service life on film

TWO powerful films and a bank of digital stories have been launched to raise awareness of what life is like for Armed Forces schoolchildren in Wales. Pupils, parents and staff at Llantwit Major High School ...

Have your say in education survey

ARMED forces families are being urged to help inform their children’s education, following the launch of a new survey by the Welsh Local Government Association (WLGA). Launched as an online questionnaire for...

Living or working in Wales? Don’t miss out…

Whether Service leaver, serving soldier or Army family, if you plan to live or work in Wales then don’t miss the Living and Working in South Wales Transition Fair at Cardiff City Hall on Thursday 10 July (11am-...

Support for children in Wales

SEPTEMBER 2012 saw the Welsh Government take responsibility for Service children in the Vale of Glamorgan. Katie Coleman became a Forces Family Support Officer, as a result of the MOD’s £3m fund for schools wit...

Housing help in Wales

ARE you a Service leaver looking to resettle in Wales in the next six months? The Welsh Government might be able to help you. They are allocating rental properties to Service leavers and veterans, with rent se...