Author Archives: Roger Nield MBE

About Roger Nield MBE

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

Veterans Holiday in the Loire Valley

Do you know an Armed Forces Veteran who would benefit from a holiday in France? If so check out check out www.laconfianceatchampdoeuf.net where Chris, the owner, is offering a free break for veterans if their partner or supporter pays for themselves. … Continue reading

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Veterans Support Association

The SMPL team are woking on the Veterans Hubs project trying to bring together Veterans needs and services supporting them across Kent, E Sussex, W Sussex, Hampshire and Surrey. And we get to visit some interesting and unusual events….. Just … Continue reading

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What is an NHS Health Check?

If you’re aged 40-74 with no pre-existing conditions you can have an NHS Health Check. Think of it as a free midlife MOT to check that your important circulatory and vascular systems are healthy. You’ll be asked some easy questions … Continue reading

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Change of Location for SAFDI this week.

We have changed the location of the Surrey Armed Forces Drop In (SAFDI) this week due to a clash of events. On Thursday 22nd February 2018 we will be meeting Veterans at the Woking Railway Athletic Club (also known as … Continue reading

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Its that time of the year: SAFDI’s last

Its that time of the year: SAFDI’s last [free] meeting at Woking FC. Its Thursday 21st between 1000 & 1300. All are welcome. http://ow.ly/i/BfP4v

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Pumpkin Maple Cassava Cake — Cooking with a Wallflower

Custard like cassava cake filled with pumpkin and maple in each bite. This pumpkin maple cassava cake is delicious, simple to make, and perfect for fall. We’re in the middle of another heat wave in San Francisco, and it has … Continue reading

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Lonely Planet tells the world to visit cheap Britain — Bulk News

Image copyright Getty Images The weak pound has made the UK one of the world’s best-value travel destinations, according to publisher Lonely Planet. Sterling has fallen sharply against the dollar and the euro since last year after ongoing Brexit uncertainty. … Continue reading

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Feta and Basil Stuffed Butternut Squash with a Sourdough Sage Crumb — Wish to Dish

This is the ultimate autumnal supper. Today’s recipe does not contain a ten page ingredients list or fancy foreign techniques that you have to google – it is a simple, rustic and delicious dish that you will keep on coming … Continue reading

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The National Emergency Service Memorial

Just about a year ago the team behind National Emergency Services Memorial (@TheNESM) in the UK decided to create a lasting memorial to the modern emergency services family. Strangely today in the UK there is no single memorial to all the … Continue reading

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Phil Running London Marathon 2018 for Crimestoppers UK Charity — CharityUKNews

Crimestoppers is an independent charity helping to find criminals and solve crimes. They change people’s’ lives every day by helping to make communities safer across the UK. They have an anonymous phone number, 0800 555 111, that people can call … Continue reading

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