Military Links - Canterbury College, Kent
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The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 5th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland Lieutenant Colonel N A Den-McKay MBE
Commanding Officer
5scots.jpg 5 SCOTS are permanently stationed at Canterbury, in Kent, England and are part of 16 Air Assault Brigade. The Brigade is one of the largest in the British Army, with approximately 8,000 personnel.
3rd Battalion The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment Lieutenant Colonel J Baynham
Commanding Officer
3rd-battalion.jpg 3 PWRR is the Territorial Army infantry Battalion for the south east of England. The Battalion is operationally focused and often has TA officers and soldiers deployed supporting the Regular Army.
2/145 Brigade Personnel Recovery Unit Major C Randall
Officer Commanding
2-brigade.jpg Provides entertainment, leisure and recreation for the serving wounded, injured or sick and for ex-service men and women with disabilities.
SSAFA Forces Help, Canterbury, Ashford, Whitstable, Herne Bay & parts of Maidstone Major (Retired) GW Bartlett
Divisional Secretary
ssafa.jpg Provide practical, emotional and financial support to anyone who is serving or has ever served and their families.
Army Welfare Service (Kent) Jon Vann
Senior Community Development Worker
aws.jpg a professional and confidential welfare support service for servicemen and women and their families to assist with the challenges that arise in personal and service lives.
RBLI David Jessop
Director of Operations
rbli.jpg Today's RBLI is a forward-thinking and open-minded organisation committed to improving the lives of vulnerable and disadvantaged people
Armed forces community covenant covenant-mailbox@mod.uk gov.jpg The aim of the community covenant is to encourage local communities to support the service community in their area and promote understanding and awareness among the public of issues affecting the armed forces community.
British Forces News   bfnews.jpg If you have a story you think British Forces News may be interested in, or just want to comment on our coverage, then please email us at forcesnews@bfbs.com or call us on +44 (0)1494 878616.
Start My Biz - Canterbury  
 
start-my-biz.jpg Startmybiz is a partnership of organisations in Canterbury committed to supporting people to start businesses here and to making the city and district.
Armed Forces Network Kevin Alderton
Managing Director
armed-forces-network.jpg The Armed Forces Network aims to meet the need for specialist mental health services for ex-military personnel in Kent and Medway. The project is led by Counselling Team Ltd, working with Rethink. It is funded by NHS Kent and Medway.
Jobs for Reservists   jobs-for-reservists-logo.jpg The purpose of this site is to put reservists who are seeking employment together with employers who have vacancies to fill and who are 'reservist friendly'. Ex military personnel or veterans may also apply for jobs on this site.
Corporate Covenant     A voluntary pledge of support from businesses and charitable organisations to the armed forces community
Armed Forces Covenant Annual Report 2012     The armed forces covenant annual report sets out a number of important achievements, highlights remaining challenges and new commitments.
Citizens Advice Bureau   cab.jpg Citizens Advice Bureaux offer free, confidential, and impartial advice from over 3,500 locations.
Support for Britain's Reservists (SaBRE)   sabre.jpg SaBRE (Supporting Britain's Reservists and Employers) is an organisation that aims to build support for members of the Reserve Forces from employers.
Army Families Federation (AFF)   aff.jpg The Army Families Federation (AFF) is the independent voice of Army families and works hard to improve the quality of life on any aspect that is affected by the Army lifestyle.
Kent County Council   kcc.jpg Gateway is Kent County Council's new way to find public and voluntary services with offices located in a town centre or high-street location.
Household Quotes   House Hold Quotes Logo Advice for veterans and ex-serviceman on housing issues.