The seventh Armed Forces Covenant Annual Report was published on 21 November 2018. The report this year focuses on the tangible progress made in delivering the covenant. In particular, it acknowledges the Nation’s improved understanding of the needs of the armed forces community as well as recognising the values and skills the armed forces community […]
Covenant in action
The Post Office became the 3000th signatory of the Armed Forces Covenant on 7 November 2018. The signing took place at a Service of Remembrance to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War, attended by Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson and Group CEO of the Post Office, Paula Vennells. Defence Secretary Gavin […]
The first ever UK-wide strategy on the delivery of support for veterans was published on 14 November 2018. Produced jointly between the UK, Scottish and Welsh governments, and including the Northern Ireland Office, the ‘Strategy for our veterans’ outlines a new vision and principles to support those who served, as well as their families, in […]
The Armed Forces Covenant was first introduced in 2011 with a focus on helping the Armed Forces Community have the same access to government and commercial services as the public. But do you know just how comprehensive the Covenant’s support for serving personnel, Veterans, and their families is? Watch the video below to find out.
Are you looking for your next challenge? Whether you’re ex-service personnel or soon to leave, or a family member, all ranks and backgrounds are invited to meet national and North West based construction and civil engineering employers at the Forces in Construction Insight Day. They’ll be showcasing the employment, career and training opportunities in the […]
In collaboration between the Department for Education and the Ministry of Defence’s Directorate for Children and Young People there are changes to the Common Transfer File (CTF) from September 2018. The CTF is the means by which state schools and local authorities in England transfer pupil data when a pupil moves from one school to […]
Stories on the Lincolnshire Armed Forces Covenant Conference, Local Grant Fund Beneficiaries, Forces for Warmth and more. Lincolnshire Armed Forces Covenant Newsletter
Hull City Council have been awarded grant to lead a sub-Regional Partnership between Hull City Council; Doncaster Borough Council; East Riding of Yorkshire Council; North Lincolnshire Council and North East Lincolnshire Council. The Partnership are working together to strengthen the delivery of local Armed Forces Covenants and the support available for the Armed Forces Community. […]
Following a recent announcement by the Secretary of State for Defence that the Education Support Fund would be extended for an additional two years, the bidding round for 2019 is due to open on Friday 14 September 2018, closing at 1800 hours on Friday 19 October 2018. The ESF is open to publicly-funded schools, Academies […]
A Welsh language version of the sixth Armed Forces Covenant annual report has been published. The annual report is a summary of the major achievements of the Armed Forces Covenant and highlights remaining challenges and new commitments.