Here you will find links to our associated groups, facebook pages or websites, all who have one main aim:
Fair treatment and support for all those serving, veterans and their families, helping those in need.
Facebook site - Stop Britain Proseciting It's Heroes Op Banner Petition
Membership of: Stop Britain Prosecuting its Heroes. Op Banner Petition.
This is a CLOSED group for British Armed Forces, Tri Services personnel whether serving or veterans, along with their Families.
Facebook site - Free Sergeant Alexander Blackman - Address for letters of support for Sgt. Blackman:
FAO Sgt A Blackman (OARMAARM), Royal Marines Association, Central Office, Building 32, HMS Excellent, Whale Island, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO2 8ER
Gurkha Welfare Trust Website - The Gurkha Welfare Trust is the leading Gurkha charity. We provide financial, medical and development aid to Gurkha veterans, their families and communities
Logo Facebook site - Veterans Family Radio
A small, Friendly, Family oriented Radio Station, focussed on Military Veterans and their Families. Broadcasting a wide range of Music & Entertainment
Facebook site - Hull Heroes
Who would like to see a veterans streets created in this great city of culture Kingston upon Hull, lets show our Veterans we are proud of them
Facebook site - Lee Rigby, One Voice, Remebering All Our Forces Past And Present.
Facebook site - Justice For Marine A
“And when the dust settles and the battle is over, alone with
my thoughts the real war begins”.
Facebook site - Jobs for ex forces
Get advise on re settlement, look for jobs and also advertise any positions you have. Like and share folks
Facebook site - Veterans March
This group is for people, ex-sevicemen and women who would be prepared to march to Parliament, and demonstrate how we feel about the Bloody Sunday Arrest.
Facebook site - ONEROOFPUBLICATIONS
This group has been set up by barbers, veterans and people in the industry to help those ex servicemen and families that have fallen on hard times, been forgotten and those that have injuries physically and mentally. Most ex servicemen don't realise they have any kind of mental illness until it's too late or they are too ashamed to ask for help. There are many groups that do help and we can help by either steering people in the right direction or by raising money for a suit for interviews, a new bed, cooker or even a weekend break. Of course these are only a small list of examples and the list of needs are endless. As barbers we form a bond with our customers and we are all over the UK so we have an organisation bigger than most. We have so many ideas of ways that we can help these guys and girls. So please jump on board and spread the barber love further.
Supporting our troops from all military back grounds