Author Archives: Roger Nield MBE

About Roger Nield MBE

Safety Director for the SMPL Organisation and supporting our Vulnerable Veterans Programme.

The Vulnerable Veterans team are launchi

The Vulnerable Veterans team are launching a new ‘Drop In’ at Aldershot on 2.10.17 Doors are open from 1730-2000hrs See you there?? http://ow.ly/i/z47tD Advertisements

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Its Surrey Armed Forces Drop In at Wokin

Its Surrey Armed Forces Drop In at Woking FC between 1000-1300 Its Fun and its Free – every Veteran is welcome. Guest speaker-John Keegan http://ow.ly/i/z0Pgq

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Tommorow is Surrey Armed Forces Drop In

Tommorow is Surrey Armed Forces Drop In at Woking FC 1000-1300 Its Fun and its Free – every Veteran is welcome. Guest speaker-John Keegan http://ow.ly/i/z0Oi3

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A Thank You to a Police Constable

Just thought you would like to know that Ross got in touch with us at Vulnerable Veterans today after you gave him our leaflet. Our Lucy was able to link him into the Veterans Gateway. He also spoke to Runnymede … Continue reading

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Aquarius test, part two — The Sketchbook

This morning I was a spectator at the half-marathon in Lachine, so I brought along my sketch bag and passed a few hours painting until the race was over. As promised, I included a few small sheets of Strathmore Aquarius, … Continue reading

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10 Peach Recipes to Try Before Summer Ends — Cooking with a Wallflower

Every year I feel like there’s something new that I’m obsessing over. This year happens to be peaches. I wanted to add peaches to practically everything. That’s in reason of course. Desserts, drinks, salads, breakfast. See? Almost everything! continue readingThe … Continue reading

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Illumination 12 – Carl Rosier Jones — Harriet Williamson

“PTSD sufferers are normally strong-willed individuals who would never want to show any weakness. This is why military and front line emergency services professionals try to hide or ignore it for fear of ruining careers.” via Illumination 12 – Carl Rosier … Continue reading

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