Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Joint Casualty & Compassionate Care (JCCC)

Joint Casualty & Compassionate Centre (JCCC)

When families experience incidents at home while loved ones are
serving overseas it is very important that everyone is aware of the
process in place that can facilitate their immediate return home.

This short Families Brief is to explain the role the Joint Casualty
and Compassionate Centre (JCCC) undertakes 24 hours a day,
7 days a week, 365 days a year to help families when incidents
occur involving Service Personnel or someone at home.


For further information contact:
Joint Casualty and Compassionate Centre
Imjin Barracks
Gloucester
GL3 1HW
Tel: 01452 519951

Baby weigh in group and FREE healthy start vitamins

The Health Visiting baby weigh in group is on Tuesdays from 1330 hrs to 1500 hrs where you can pick up your Healthy Start vitamins.  Failing that Vron, HIVE, will also have some in stock available for you.

Monday, 28 September 2015

MoneyForce Survey - Leaving the Armed Forces


MoneyForce is developing a new decision tree tool aimed at those preparing to leave the Armed Forces or already in the process of leaving. 

The aim is to advise users
a) what to expect; and
b) what they need to do, at different stages of the leaving process.

In order to make the tool as effective as possible, a survey has been created to gather information about the important considerations during the discharge process.   Answering the survey questions will help MoneyForce to ensure that they cover the relevant topics and provide the best possible advice.

Your answers are entirely anonymous. 

Please click HERE to download the survey form.
MoneyForce user research – leaving the services

Tuesday, 8 September 2015

FREEMASONRY IN LEUCHARS

Anyone who has arrived in leuchars recentlymight be interested to know that there is a Lodge on your doorstop.

If you are a member of the 'craft' and would like to see how a Scottish Lodge Works, please contact Jim Finnie on 01334 838271.

Lodge Earlshall is renowned through out the Province for their friendly welcome and hospitality to new visitors.