Stories of Remembrance

We believe that Remembrance is a time to remember the fallen, but we’ve still got a job to do.

This Remembrance, we’re thinking of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice, and supporting those who still have battles to fight. Our wounded veterans still need your support today, and will continue to need it long into the future.

We are grateful to all our friends who raise vital funds to support wounded veterans and families, in remembrance of their loved ones.

For the fourth time, veterans supported by us will march together at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday, to remember those we have lost, and honour those who still need our help. 

Read some of the incredible stories of veterans who we have helped, and what Remembrance means to them.

Annette Laurie

“To me, Remembrance means remembering my grandfather who fought at Ypres and was one of the few who came home..." - Anette.

Paul Colling

“To me, Remembrance is a time to reflect on what sacrifices have been made for our today" - Paul.       

Paddy McCartney

“Remembrance Sunday makes me reflect on the many men and women that have paid the ultimate sacrifice for this country" - Paddy.

Laura Fitzgerald

"I’ll never get over my brother’s death, but it helps to know he will always be remembered with love and honour." - Laura Fitzgerald.