Welcome to the AFVBC News & Announements, this page shows all news associated to the Armed Forces & Veterans Breakfast Clubs including any news which will have any effect on the clubs and the ruuning of the clubs
Congratulation to all the winners of the Lord Mayor's Civic Crown Award 2020 and to the AFVBC CIC Director and Hull REA Chairman Nev Allison was awarded it for his Volunteer work within the community. Winners of a Lord Mayor’s Civic Crown will receive a unique coin in a presentation box, they will also receive a citation in recognition of their brilliant work in the community.
Today the nation will celebrate Armed Forces Day and reflect on the work of the UK Armed Forces and wider Armed Forces community. As we can’t celebrate in person, this year’s events will be marked virtually.
A £20,000 grant for Littlehampton Armed Forces and Veterans Breakfast Club means support put in place during the coronavirus outbreak can continue for at least six months. The donation from the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust’s Veterans Should Not Be Forgotten scheme has helped the club set up Littlehampton Isolated Veterans Support Project, known as LIVeS.
Sir David Amess, MP for Southend West has been a lifetime supporter of veterans and those who fought for our country. He has spoken in Parliament calling for commemorations to mark Victory over Japan Day and Victory over Europe Day.