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Monday, 29 February 2016

Send-a-Hug with Little Troopers

As a charity Little Troopers have recently relaunched their new Separation Packs and Send a Hug Kits for military families. These are tangible resources to help the British Army through repeated separation periods from their service person.

You can see more at www.littletroopers.net

Friday, 26 February 2016

Lunchtime fitness sessions - East Camp Gym

Monday @ 1200hrs – Circuit  - PTI led

Tuesday@ 1200hrs – Boxercise -  PTL led

Wednesday @ 1200hrs – Spinning – PTI led

Thursday @ 1200hrs – Bodyblast – PTI led

Friday @ 1200hrs – Urban Bounce/Upperbody work out/Ab workout – Harriet Cooksey

All classes are open to gym members and there is no fee!  Yes you read right its FREE!!!!!

There is no need to book just come along.  All levels of fitness welcome. 

Perfect time to get that body ready for the summer!!!!!

Wednesday, 24 February 2016

MOD Police - Suspicious Activity

Big White Wall

Farmers Markets Every Sunday St Fagans

1000 -1600hrs, St Fagans National History Museum, Cardiff, CF5 6XB
Free entry

Tidworth Transition Fair

Friday, 19 February 2016

Message from Carillionamey - Dog Waste

Please would residents on East Camp refrain from placing dog waste bags in the play park bins.

Wednesday, 17 February 2016

Information for Service Leavers

The latest edition of the Service Leavers’ Guide is available on the .GOV website at this link

RBLI Lifeworks Course

CarillionAmey - Information on Service Families Accommodation

Thursday, 11 February 2016

The Homes for Heroes Foundation Launch Parliament

A hundred years ago the Prime Minister David Lloyd George promised soldiers returning from the battlefields of Europe that they would have ‘homes fit for heroes’. This in turn led to the Housing Act of 1919.

Today, many servicemen and women leave the armed forces after years of serving their country in the most dangerous parts of the world – only to face on their return an uphill battle to find a home for themselves and their families. There are several reasons for this: some veterans suffer permanent physical injuries or post-traumatic stress disorder; others are healthy in body and spirit but have sacrificed the opportunity to put down roots, whilst serving abroad.
By the time we reach the centenary of the 1919 Housing Act, we want Britain to have the finest housing package for returning armed forces of any country in the world. We’re working with housebuilders, key military figures, local authorities and financial services to make this a reality.

Who are we?
The Homes for Heroes Foundation is headed by former Minister of State for Housing Grant Shapps MP. During his time in government Grant championed housing needs for former members of our armed forces and promoted plans designed to prevent homelessness.
Joining Grant on the HHF’s advisory panel:
• General Lord Richards, former Chief of the Defence Staff
• Lord Robertson, former Secretary General of NATO
• Jake Berry MP, co-founder of the Foundation, who has 15 years’ legal experience in the housing sector

Dept Work and Pensions (DWP) Service Information

Monday, 8 February 2016

Message from Carillionamey - Trampolines in SFA

Due to the extreme weather conditions could all occupants in SFA with trampolines in their gardens please ensure they are appropriately secured.