A new 24 hour service will help veterans access the support they need quickly and easily as they transition from military to civilian life.
Each year Plymouth aims to raise awareness and support for the Armed Forces and celebrate the outstanding contribution they make to the city and the UK.
The Ministry of Defence is inviting expressions of interest from communities across the UK to become host for the tenth annual Armed Forces Day National Event.
Do you have a fondness for the Forces? Are you partial to a party? If so then why not show your support for our brave Servicemen and women with an Armed Forces Day celebration?
Reserves Day today honours the work and commitment of our dedicated Servicemen and women who make up the UK’s Reserve Forces. From bin men to builders, and postmen to parkour athletes Reservists represent a huge variety of careers across the country and today is a chance to highlight the incredible commitment they make. Reserves make […]
The ninth annual Armed Forces Day, honouring the work and dedication of our brave Servicemen and women, will be held in Liverpool. Following the success of this year’s national event in Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire, attended by 120,000 people, His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent and former Prime Minister David Cameron, Liverpool has been selected to […]
People across the country gave an amazing show of support for our brave Servicemen and women this year, with more than 300 Armed Forces Day events taking place in June and July! We’ve been delighted to see your celebrations – from fetes to flag-raisings and beach assaults to barbecues. Here’s just a few of […]
Families and members of the Armed Forces marked Armed Forces Day with a service and activities on Plymouth Hoe. The ceremony was a salute to all service people and it is thought that more than 50,000 people showed their support. A moving review of the day can be found in the Plymouth Herald.
Hundreds lined the streets of Southport for this year’s Armed Forces Day Parade. The Band of the King’s Division led the parade of Armed Forces personnel, local Cadets and Veterans. Armed Forces stands, charities and military vehicles lined the street after the parade to help the community enjoy the day.
Aberdeen celebrated the history and proud record of the Armed Forces this year with a parade of serving military men and women, veteran associations, cadet and youth organisations, accompanied by local pipe bands. Afterwards, the Bridge of Don Barracks hosted a fun-filled day with displays from local forces including Police, Ambulance & RNLI equipment and vehicles, a tank, armoured […]