What We Do

Our Aim is to set up an Outdoor Pursuit and Rehabilitation Centre that will work alongside the charity providing facilities for disabled participants to compete and take part in activities
alongside the able bodied.
Although with a military emphasis this project will be open to all, enabling those that are ill, injured or disabled to engage in fun experiences with their families friends and others .
The Centre is planned to be set up at Tyr Pwll Farm in Monmouthshire where Richard grew up.  It will be run by his younger sister who is training as an outdoor pursuit’s instructor and is keen for everyone to enjoy the physical and mental benefits of such activities.

We raise money in various ways – not just through our festivasl but also by running, walking, cycling. This is where you can join in and support us or take part.

We raise public awareness by going to shows, festivals & parades
We have done TV programmes, radio shows and public talks
We will go anywhere and talk to anyone to keep people informed of the skills and strength needed to give our injured soldiers the help and treatment they deserve – the more you know the better help can be provided
We are a non-political organisation, but we want those in power to do the job right!
We are a non-profit organisation, everyone is a volunteer!

We do not presume to argue the rights and wrongs of war, but we do ask that those who are prepared to put their lives on the line for you and me are given :-

  1. the right equipment to fight with
  2. the right treatment when injured
  3. the right support for the families of those who do and do not return
  4. the right to be remembered

We wish to work alongside other charities as we believe the way forward is to work together in a united front so that we can ensure that those who need help get it. With an aim to try to support as many as possible so that they do not become forgotten.

the things we got up to or others did for us.

Team from General Dynamics complete the Pen – Y –Fan walk

An Evening of Festive Songs

Caldicot Castle on the 8th November

Remembering Them: A memorial concert to remember • Date: Saturday 8 November 2014 (evening before remembrance Sunday) • Venue: Caldicot Castle • Starts: 18:30 • Ticket price: £20 (includes entry, champagne arrival and hog roast) • Tickets available from: Caldicot Leisure Centre, Caldicot Library and the Castle Inn or online at www.rememberingthem.co.uk

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