Passed away on 07 August 2019.
Peacefully at home, aged 65.
Funeral Service to take place on Tuesday 3rd September, 2.00pm
Wealden Crematorium, Horam Road, Horam, Heathfield, UK, TN21 0FX
Thanks to the amazing British public, Help for Heroes (H4H) has raised over £135 million since October 2007. All funds raised have been allocated or spent on the direct, practical support of the men and women who are wounded, injured or become sick in the service of our country.H4H has funded a variety of projects including the £8m Rehabilitation Complex at Headley Court, a new £3.5m treatment centre for Combat Stress, adaptive adventure training through the Battle Back programme and the creation of a £6m Quick Reaction Fund to support individuals.
H4H is also leading on the creation of regional Personnel Recovery Centres, in Colchester, Catterick, Tidworth and Plymouth to provide on-going training and support for those wounded; for life. H4H are working on this partnership with the MOD and The Royal British Legion.
H4H want to ensure that when the current level of public support
has passed, they are not forgotten; they deserve the best and H4H are doing their best to get it.
We’re Blind Veterans UK, formerly St Dunstan’s, and we believe that no one who’s served our country should battle blindness alone. That’s why we’re here to help with a lifetime’s practical and emotional support, regardless of when they served and how they lost their sight. We help blind veterans to recover their independence and discover a life beyond sight loss.
The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea. We provide a 24-hour lifeboat search and rescue service around the coasts of the UK and RoI, as well as a seasonal lifeguard service on many of the busiest beaches in England and Wales.
Volunteers are the heart of the RNLI. We rely on more than 40,000 volunteers – on lifeboats, at stations, on beaches, and in fundraising.
Some crew members and most lifeguards are full time. They work with other staff to ensure comprehensive safety coverage around our islands. The RNLI is an independent charity with a board of volunteer trustees.