“Investing in health and safety at Newhouse will save millions, and it’s boosting morale too”

“Investing in health and safety at Newhouse will save millions, and it’s boosting morale too”

“Investing in health and safety at Newhouse will save millions, and it’s boosting morale too”
— Read on colleaguestories.coop.co.uk/2018/08/10/investing-in-health-and-safety-at-newhouse-will-save-millions-and-its-boosting-morale-too/

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On Armistice Day, It’s Not Enough to Remember Those Lost – Instead We Must ‘Re-member’

On Armistice Day, It’s Not Enough to Remember Those Lost – Instead We Must ‘Re-member’

https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/armistice-day_uk_5be01621e4b09d43e320a640
— Read on www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/armistice-day_uk_5be01621e4b09d43e320a640

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Aldershot Armed Forces Drop-In on Monday December 3rd

It’s the last AAFDI of 2018 next Monday 3rd December so please drop in for festive cheer and a big send off to the ex-Forces Drop-In at the Royal Garrison Church Hall: Details below.

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A Night of Extravagance, Fun & Relaxation in aid of The National Emergency Services Memorial Charity

This is the second year Chris Constantinou has supported NESM with a brilliant event at the Malmaison in Birmingham. Last year was amazing. So we’ll be there.

If you would like to support the National Emergency Services Memorial why not join us. We’d love to see you!

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Have you got a Veterans Hubs event in January for Forces Connect South East?

“If you know of a veterans focussed event in Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex, Hampshire and/or Surrey in January 2019 please let us know and we can include it in the Veterans Hubs Calendar,” says Lucy Nield who is closely involved with the FCSE-Veterans Hubs project.

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Here is a link to the December’s events

https://bit.ly/2qWwC1n

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FORCES CONNECT SOUTH EAST (FCSE) is a cross-border partnership created to support the aims of the Armed Forces Covenant and promote a greater understanding and awareness of the issues affecting the Armed Forces Community within public services across the South East. It comprises:
Local authorities – Surrey (lead authority), Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex and Hampshire County Councils, Brighton & Hove, and Medway Council;
Military – Regular and Reserve (Royal Naval Command East,11 Infantry Brigade, RAF Odiham and SERFCA;
Service Charities – SSAFA, RBL;
Health – Sussex and Kent NHS Armed Forces Networks.

http://www.smpl.org.uk

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Women after 40: Truths & Myths about Health — When Women Inspire

How does a woman’s health change in her 40s? Find out the truths in this spotlight on women after 40.

via Women after 40: Truths & Myths about Health — When Women Inspire

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Focus Group at AAFDI

Great #AAFDI this evening with @CllrVosper (Armed Forces Covenant Champion) Lucy from @SimpleIsntIt and Laura from the Vine Centre & @PoppyLegion working as a Focus Group for the new #VeteransHubs Guide in Aldershot. Thank you ladies 😀

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Much needed, National Trust plans to improve Runnymede & Ankerwycke

Much needed, National Trust plans to improve Runnymede & Ankerwycke

https://lightwater.wordpress.com/2018/07/31/much-needed-national-trust-plans-to-improve-runnymede-ankerwycke/
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@SurreyPolice: Did you know that dogs have been a part of Surrey Police since World War 1? WW1 saw the first formal use of dogs by the Force, with bloodhounds used to track escaped prisoners near Frimley. #WorldWar1 #100Years #WW1 http://bit.ly/2z0TRMz

@SurreyPolice: Did you know that dogs have been a part of Surrey Police since World War 1? WW1 saw the first formal use of dogs by the Force, with bloodhounds used to track escaped prisoners near Frimley. #WorldWar1 #100Years #WW1 http://bit.ly/2z0TRMz

https://surreynewsblog.wordpress.com/2018/11/05/surreypolice-did-you-know-that-dogs-have-been-a-part-of-surrey-police-since-world-war-1-ww1-saw-the-first-formal-use-of-dogs-by-the-force-with-bloodhounds-used-to-track-escaped-prisoners-near-frim/
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So Long Inky

It is with great sadness that I have to tell you that Ineke our blogging guru has lost her battle with illness and recently died.

I’m sure you will join with us in sending best wishes and kind thoughts to her family and friends.

Inky was great at engaging on Social Media and was a challenging and amusing corespondent. She made sure we were all on top line and that we spoke clearly and accurately.

She also travelled for 3 hours by 2 busses to meet Lucy and me at the National Emeregency Services Show, supporting the National Emergency Services Memorial. We ate cake, drank tea and then she toddled home, another 3 hours…..

Inky you are a star. Thank you for your part in our journey.

(The below made her laugh!)

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