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Tuesday, 27 October 2020

NHS AF Brief 23rd October 2020


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Festival of Remembrance 2020

The Royal British Legion has developed plans to ensure the Festival of Remembrance will go ahead this year, and together with the BBC is creating a pre-recorded programme that will be broadcast on BBC One on Saturday 7 November.

In light of current government restrictions and social distancing guidelines we are unable to offer the opportunity for members, staff, volunteers or members of the public to attend the filming of the event.

We recognise that this will be disappointing news for many but it is a necessary step to comply with government guidance and to protect the health and well-being of those who would be travelling to and attending the event whilst Coronavirus is still present.

Mindfulness - Bringing Your Mind And Body Together


Everyone is stressed. Everyone has pressures. And it is hard to slow down in this fast-paced world. 

Mindfulness helps you to focus on the present, rather than focusing on the past.

Welcome to the Army’s Mindfulness Course which has been available to serving Army personnel for some time, but it has now been opened up to a wider audience. Although this is an eight-week course, and it will be rolled out over eight weeks, it is designed so you can go at your own pace

To access the course please click HERE


Join The Fight Against COVID19 - NHS Vaccine Research Study

Join the fight against COVID19 by signing up to take part in the NHS vaccine research study.
Researchers are asking more people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds to take part to ensure a vaccine works for everyone. 

Please click HERE for further information


British Legion Remembrance

Remembrance is a prescient time for bringing people of all ages and backgrounds together to reflect upon the service and sacrifice of the Armed Forces, and to join together in the hope for a brighter, peaceful future.

As the champions of Remembrance and the UK’s leading Armed Forces charity, The Royal British Legion brings the whole nation together on 11 November every year. A vital part of our work is to support the teaching of Remembrance across the UK, from schools to youth clubs to individuals who simply take an what we can learn from the wars of the past.

Teaching Remembrance is key to understanding how modern diverse Britain was created and the shared heritage of service and sacrifice across all the UK’s communities. It also allows us to better comprehend what those who served, both on the front-line and at home, went through. The benefits of these lessons are vast, particularly for children and teenagers.

Through our teaching materials, everyone can access and learn about the heritage and tradition of Remembrance.


Cover your face this Halloween


Coronavirus is scarier than any monsters this Halloween. That is why we must all play our part and stick to the following:
Wash our hands
Cover our face
Make Space

The Royal British Legion Virtual Field Of Remembrance

Remember and honour the fallen by leaving a Tribute in our virtual Field of Remembrance. This year, you can virtually plant your Tribute from the comfort of your home.

Please click HERE to access the 'Virtual Field of Remembrance'

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BFBS Call For Male Singers (Christmas Song)

Friday, 23 October 2020

Military Wives Choir - Spring 2021 Concert Series


To visit the Military Wives Choir website