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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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039Long Eaton

Long Eaton RFC raised over £1,000 for the Forces Children's Trust during the recent opening of their new facilities. This is how the day went...

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This year's Christmas event featured a visit to the hit theatre show, "Matilda" and then a party with excellent entertainment, plus a visit from Santa!

Sincere gratitude, to Gilbert O’Sullivan, Bobby Davro, & Lee Thompson of Madness.

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Poppy with her "Forces Children's Tust Star of the Year Award."

Thank you Poppy for all your hard work for the FCT you are growing into a wonderful young lady! 

Keep up the good work. D X

 

Laurence1On 25th October I ran the Snowdonia Marathon in aid of the Forces Children’s Trust. After following a long training routine over the summer the day finally arrived and I was really looking forward to the run.  The Snowdonia Marathon has the reputation of being one of Britain’s most scenic but also toughest marathons.

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Please support Mark Squires, as he attempts to climb Kilimanjaro in aid of the Forces Children's Trust.

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"I will be trekking/climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in 2015 with a friend of mine, Dave and when we were looking for a challenge, having taken part in numerous fun runs and insane events we wanted something that would really push us to the limit and I think we have found just that in climbing the highest stand alone mountain in the world, Mt Kilimanjaro which stands at 5895 Metres. The trek/climb will present many challenges such as altitude sickness, walking up to 17 hours a day and sleeping in subzero temperatures and of course the biggest challenge will be sharing a tent night after night."

Sounds pretty tough! Find out more on his fundraising page here.

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But on the bright side, you can visit the Forces Children's Trust store for lots of present ideas like these new Hoodies!

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