Welcome to the AFVBC News & Announcements. This page serves as a comprehensive source for all news related to the Armed Forces & Veterans Breakfast Clubs, including any updates that may have an impact on the clubs and their operations. We are dedicated to keeping our community informed and engaged with the latest developments, so you can stay connected and up-to-date with the happenings in our clubs.
The Littlehampton Armed Forces and Veterans Breakfast Club (LAFVBC) celebrated an important milestone this week, having launched its very first minibus for the community with help from local housebuilder Barratt David Wilson Homes, who is building its Ryebank Gate development in Yapton.
UK Remembrance Day, the Cenotaph in London is a prominent war memorial that plays a central role in Remembrance Day ceremonies, also known as Armistice Day, which is observed on November 11th each year. It is a solemn occasion to honour and remember the members of the British and Commonwealth
We have now upgraded the AFVBC website so it is using the latest version, this is to make sure that the security of the website is kept to a high standard. We have had to input all the information again as the old version and modules did not allow the website to run as we required. There have been Read more
Littlehampton AFVBC celebrates its 5th anniversary and reflects on how it has become a gold standard Armed Forces Veterans Breakfast Club. Having launched as a social club for veterans, Littlehampton AFVBC has grown and developed into what is now considered a gold-standard Armed Forces Veterans
The King walked around the crowd, then went to speak to AFVBC Veterans, he put his hand for a shake and spoke to all who attended. He said to one Member, “After this, you can go for a nice stiff drink”, Colin and the others just laughed with the King. The guys that met him, were:
The Luton & District Armed Forces Veterans Breakfast Club were invited by the Challenge Anneka team, to get involved with a challenge they had been set here in Luton for the Luton Sea and Royal Marine Cadets, the Challenge was to come up with a design, a name and also an understanding about Read more
Queen Elizabeth II, the UK's longest-serving monarch, has died at Balmoral aged 96, after reigning for 70 years. Her family gathered at her Scottish estate after concerns grew about her health earlier on Thursday.
After a very lengthy and stressful legal battle with Mr Dereck Hardman of AFVBC.NET, the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) finally awarded the original AFVBC logo to Dave Williamson. Mr Hardman signed over ownership of the logo to Dave Williamson in 2017 after agreeing for Dave Williamson to pay Read more