[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]I am happy to announce our new patron to the charity help4homelessveterans, a rugby league legend.
Andrew “Andy” Gregory English former rugby league footballer. A Great Britain international representative Halfback, he is an inductee of the Wigan Hall of Fame. He was also the first man to win the Lance Todd Trophy twice, first player to win five Challenge Cup Final winners medals, first player to play in eight Challenge Cup finals, and only player to play in six Ashes series against Australia.
He has also coached the Army RL club



Confirmation of new patron to h4hv..
John McGuinness, a rider of vast experience with 20-times Isle of Man TT and six NW200 wins under his belt. John McGuinness is not only a legend on road racing circuits, he can also count on a host of short circuit and other international successes, including winning the British 250 Championship in 1999 and riding for the Honda TT Legends Endurance World Championship team from 2011 to 2013.



Well the new year is upon us all. “Happy New Year”.

It has been a busy 2014 for all of our team, as you can see by the pictures in the “Our Projects” section.

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We are now Cobseo Registered and linked in with lot of new and exciting organizations that help our soldiers



We have had had lot’s of exciting new properties come on line through the local council, which has meant a hell of a lot of preparation and hard work but the outcome is “we now have more houses and flats to house our veteran’s”…


There is exciting talk of people taking up some fundraising initiatives throughout the uk, everything from bike rides through to cake stalls….We will keep you informed as those that support our lads deserve our support too!


We also have someone working on our website, so hopefully it will all be fully operational with some fantastic links to what we do, and how you and other organizations we are tied in with help too….. So stay involved, if your not involved Get involved… ┬áIt really is worth the life changing impact we have on those peoples lives who have fought for us in the past[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]