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This week saw the launch of the NFA’s new website. Cleaner, clearer and more accessible, we hope that the new design will allow users to find the content they’re after quickly and efficiently through better categorisation of resources and a simpler layout. Chief Executive, James Stopford, said ..

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The Not Forgotten Association was thrilled to have been included in The Irish Guards Benevolent Trust’s latest fundraising venture - ‘Rumble in the City’ – a boxing event, which took place last night at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in London. With the proceeds supporting the IGBF, the NFA, Back...

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From 19th – 28th November, eight Falklands veterans and twelve injured servicemen from more recent conflicts will embark on a 75 mile trek across the Falklands, to commemorate the 35th Anniversary of the Falklands War. Many of the injured servicemen we have met in recent years from the conflicts...

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Former NFA Chief Executive Piers Storie-Pugh remembers one of ‘The Few’:

“It seemed like the end of an era when Battle of Britain Spitfire pilot and NFA beneficiary Squadron Leader Ken Wilkinson died very recently, aged 99. He was an important contributor to the Telegraph 2013 Christmas Charity...

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For the fourth year in succession we were able to take a small group of beneficiaries, mostly with their wives or partners, on a weekend to Gatcombe in Gloucestershire.

Many of the group were new to the NFA and everyone had a relaxing and enjoyable time, despite the atrocious weather. Several of t...

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Billed as the UK’s No 1 Jive & Swing Band, The Jive Aces are firm supporters of The Not Forgotten Association. Last weekend they held their big annual event – Summertime Swing – at East Hill Manor in East Grinstead.

We are delighted to be the event’s beneficiary charity this year and very gratef...

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Last weekend we were the guests of Grant Thornton UK LLP, who hosted our third annual activities weekend at charming Bradenham Manor in Buckinghamshire.

Ranging in age from their late 30s to their early 80s, our Army, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force guests gelled together wonderfully well. Divided...

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This week we hosted 75 injured serving and ex-service personnel at our eighth annual Brands Hatch track day, always a popular and successful event in our calendar.

Our group included injured, wounded and sick serving personnel and veterans from many campaigns; all three services were represented w...

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The Not Forgotten Association conducted a battlefield tour of Passchendaele, also known as the Third Battle of Ypres, over this week’s centenary commemorations. We were privileged to be invited to the Tyne Cot Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery commemorative service on Monday 31st July and led the M...

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