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Bomb Disposal Regiment raises over £50,000 for charities at boxing match.

101 (City of London) Engineer Regiment (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) raised a staggering £50,000 at a charity boxing event and recently presented the money to the two beneficiaries, Felix Fund – The Bomb Disposal Charity and Autism Research Trust, both received £25,000 at a special presentation at Carver Barracks. The 6thof22/Feb/2017Read more here...

QPR first London Football League team to sign Armed Forces Covenant

Queen’s Park Rangers FC have signed up to the Armed Forces Covenant, the first Football League club in the capital to do so. The Covenant is a promise to ensure no member of the Armed Forces Community faces disadvantage because of their service. The club signed the Covenant at half time during their Sky Bet Championship match22/Feb/2017Read more here...

London Assembly celebrates Volunteer Youth Leaders

Over one hundred and fifty guests from London’s Uniformed Youth Organisations attended a celebration at London’s Living Room in City Hall on Thursday 9th February.  Chairman of the London Assembly, Tony Arbour AM hosted the event to recognise the work of the adult volunteers who keep London’s uniformed youth organisations10/Feb/2017Read more here...

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