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Forces Children's Trust wins a "Millie"

Denny Wise is very proud and honoured to be awarded the "Support to the Armed Forces Millie" at the glittering Sun Military Awards ceremony in London.
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The Joggle"Tea and Cake Team"

completed their 6 of their ride from John O'Groates To Lands End and they are feeling the pain!  
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The Soldiers join the FCT.
The Soldiers have created musical history by becoming the first group ever of serving, British soldiers to have two hit Top 5 and Top 10 albums. And now, they have joined the Forces Children's Trust as Patrons.

Thank you, guys!
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Visit to the House of Commons
Party of 25 get inside access to the Houses of Parliament including lunch in the Speaker's apartment.
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Following the FootstepsIn an exciting bid to raise funds for the Forces Children’s Trust, David Hanmore of The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment Living History Group will be embarking on a very personal sponsored Great War walk.

The walk will see David follow the family footsteps of his Grandfather Private S/9134 Stanley Hanmore and his Great Uncle Lance Corporal L/7403 Frederick Hanmore who both served in France and Belgium with The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment during the Great War.

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Both myself and my father-in-law will be attending, the evening is in memory of my wonderful husband Antz who I keep tucked in my heart and carry always and forever. Love to see as many people as possible and attend to raise funds for a charity who have given Macy, Jack and I such incredible support, and some smiles to break up the heartache that never leaves us. A huge thank you to Denny Wise and his team at the FCT!

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 If you are clearing out your old clothes, why not donate them to the Forces Children's Trust and help to raise funds for the children of the FCT. Just click on the link:

 
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This year Andy Chatts, Mo Molavi, Greg Palmer and Chris Kidwell will paddle the length of NI in Open Canadian Canoes. The total distance is approx 125km, across Grade 2-3 moving water and the largest freshwater lake in Europe. Canoe NI recommend eight days for this journey, but they’re going to try and do it in two!

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Why? Well, to raise funds and awareness for the Forces Children’s Trust (FCT) who provide support specifically for children who have had a parent killed whilst serving in the military. The FCT offers support by providing funding for specialist care needs, assisting widowed parents and organising activities, trips and events for the children.

So please dig deep and show some support by making a donation to the Forces Children’s Trust, either through the collection tin or by going to:

http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/MonsterPaddle

Many Thanks and Wish us Luck!!!

 

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FCT Give as you live

 

You cna now support the Forces Childrens Trust every time you shop online at stores like Amazon, Expedia and ASOS. It's easy, quick and secure.

Simply click here to get started.

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