SENDING MORALE BOOSTING GOODIE BOXES

Christmas card competition

Two youngsters from Gwent will have their Christmas card designs sold by Support our Soldiers this winter. Chloe is a Brownie in the St Teilo’s group and Joel is a Cub in Llanyravon. Initially their cards were selected by the area coordinators in Caldicot and Chepstow, Read More

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Two fabulous guys from D & H Community Support in Leicestershire, Steve Hardy and Rob Deacon, are to set off on a lifetime’s ambition, cycling on a tandem from Lands End to John 0′ Groats, a total of over 970 miles, and they have kindly offered Read More

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SOS golf day at Hurlston Hall

Hurlston Hall Golf & Country Club Members participated in a Texas Scramble Competition. 134 Members joined in all hoping to get a Hole in One Prize on one of the par threes. The day was supported by local businesses and members raising in excess of Read More

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Meltham Dental Care helps troops

Mr Dhesi from Meltham Dental care handing over 50 oral hygiene packs comprising toothpaste, a toothbrush and dental floss. Many thanks. Chris – A/C Huddersfield

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Meltham Memories 2013

  Chris and Grace’s home village of Meltham, in West Yorkshire, was transformed back into the 1940’s wartime over the weekend of July 5th-7th 2013. The village became a 1940’s village with people wearing clothes of that era…military and civilian. World War 2 displays and battles took Read More

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10th Anniversary prize draw winner

Sue Turner presents a prize in the 10th Anniversary draw to Sgt Bob Dhillon at 192 Heston Detachment ACF (Army Air Corps).  Prize was a boxed set of 12 year-old malt whisky and 4 glasses donated by HRH Prince Charles. Sue – A/C Heathrow

Ryan puts on a good spread

Ryan’s local paper recently ran a large story about Ryan and his activities for SOS. Ryan – Trustee & A/C Cumbria

Dorchester first aiders

YOUNG first aiders in Dorchester are hoping to boost morale of troops serving in Afghanistan with a delivery of treats. Members of the St John Ambulance Badgers group, who are aged between five and 10 years old, have been collecting shoeboxes packed with goodies to send off Read More