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Edinburgh soldier takes on Athens Marathon raising £1,000 for bereaved Armed Forces children

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Lance Corporal Ruaidhri Bird, 28 from Edinburgh, has raised over £1,000 for the bereaved Armed Forces children of Scotty’s Little Soldiers this month,…

Trellis calls out for votes to bag a share of Tesco’s community fund

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Trellis are bidding to bag a massive cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help Centenary Grant initiative. To celebrate Tesco’s Centenary, the…

Job Vacancy – Veterans’ Foundation Grants’ Manager

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The Veterans’ Foundation (VF) is looking for a Grants Manager (GM) to work from its Edinburgh office. The purpose of the post of…

Scottish Soldiers-World War 2 Memories

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In September, The Royal Scots launched a film which captures the experiences of our WW2 veterans and their families. The Film was the…

Help and support for Service Leavers and their Families – Defence Transition Services

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As part of the introduction of the Defence Holistic Transition Policy, Defence Transition Services (DTS) has been created. DTS is a wholly owned…

New service launched to provide enhanced support to personnel leaving the military

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Military personnel and their families are to receive enhanced support from the MOD as they re-join civilian life, the Defence Secretary has announced…

LORD PROVOST OPENS EDINBURGH GARDEN OF REMEMBRANCE

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Frank Ross, the Right Honourable Lord Provost of the City of Edinburgh, led a special group of wreath-layers at the annual Opening Ceremony…

Unforgotten Forces Newsletter No. 6 – Autumn 2019

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Please find below a link to the Unforgotten Forces Newsletter No. 6 Autumn 2019 edition. We hope that you will find it an…

Scottish stars lend support to launch Poppy Appeal 2019

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Scottish stars came out in force today to help launch this year’s Scottish Poppy Appeal and show that when it comes to our…

Reflections on the role of an Armed Forces Covenant Project Officer

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I’ve been around the military environment for most of my life – as the daughter of an RAF engineer, as a serving RAF…