Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Thursday, 9 June 2016

Armed Forces Covenant Website

In January 2016 the Armed Forces Covenant was re-launched under a new, unified brand.

The new website lays out the support that is available to beneficiaries of the Covenant – current Regular and Reserve Service Personnel, Service families, former Service Personnel – with links to further information on individual Covenant measures on GOV.uk

The new website also contains information for supporters of the Covenant, including businesses, charities, the general public and local authorities, and regular news stories about how the Covenant is helping real people

See the website at this link

RBL - Count Them In Campaign

ROYAL BRITISH LEGION
Count Them In
The Royal British Legion and its sister charity, Poppyscotland, have launched a campaign calling for additional questions to be included in the next census in 2021. These questions will seek to capture much needed data on the Armed Forces community - particularly Reservists and veterans, who are otherwise largely hidden from official statistics.
As you will be aware, unlike in the United States, the UK Government only really maintains records on Regulars and injured and pensionable veterans, whilst Reservists, ‘healthy’ working age veterans, and family members are generally missing from existing data collection methods. Sadly, even the data that we do have is rather patchy, providing no real indication as to the wellbeing and needs of this unique community. In contrast, we know a great deal about the UK’s Jedi community, as well as the numbers and location of our sheep and cattle.

Tuesday, 7 June 2016

MOD 2017 Education Support Fund for Schools


Army & You Magazine









See the latest Army & You magazine at this link

Help for Heroes - Fundraising Events




Employment Opportunities with CarillionAmey


CarillionAmey recognises that experience of Service Families Accommodation and military life could be relevant to their current employment opportunities
See a list of vacancies  please click here to view 
All job descriptions can be found on the CarillionAmey website at http://www.carillionamey.co.uk/careers/vacancies.aspx


Applications, including an up to date CV, should be sent to recruitment@carillionamey.co.uk quoting the ATR number in the Subject.