The Army is bidding farewell to the Lynx helicopter with one last flight around England and Wales. The aircraft is to be decommissioned after almost 40 years in service and is set to be replaced within the Army by the Wildcat, which can operate at higher altitudes and has more powerful engines. Since its deployment […]
Our veterans find themselves homeless, drifting and lost after serving their country. Helpforheroes aids them if they are injured, but what is being done to ease them back into society?
Dorchester Town held a commemorative football match on Wednesday night. The game marked the centenary of the First World War’s Christmas Day amnesty.
Boscombe children received an early Christmas treat on Sunday when Santa came to visit the Salvation Army church for a special service to collect toys. Boscombe Salvation Army and members of the public joined together yesterday morning to bring in toys for local children in order to give them a Christmas to remember. […]
Bournemouth East MP, Tobias Ellwood has spoken out about the Woolwich attack.
The Gurkhas have fought valiantly alongside our troops for the last 200 years. They are revered worldwide for their ability as fearless soldiers, and have gained the admiration of the nation for their services to the country. The 13 Victoria Crosses earned across the regiment are testament to the Gurkha motto: “Better die than be a coward”. […]