COMMANDO CURRY LUNCH - POSTPONED Due to technical problems within the Sgts Mess, we are postponing the Commando Curry Lunch on 30 November. We apologise to everyone who has already purchased tickets; monies will be promptly refunded. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org for refund information. We hope to rearrange this event in spring 2020. We will keep you posted via the website and our Facebook page. Again, please accept our apologies for this unforeseen technical problem.
Following on from the success of a team of former Royal Marines at the Brighton Marathon, we are inviting friends of Go Commando to take up a physical challenge and raise money to help the charity to continue its valuable work supporting military families. We are inviting anyone and everyone to take up a personal physical challenge and raise money for the charity. This could be a marathon, 10K, 5K or even a country ramble! Or if cycling
On Friday 1st March, the children, parents, management, members of the Management Board and Trustees of Go Commando celebrated with one of the patrons of Go Commando, Lady Gass DCVO, the opening of The Brambles Day Nursery a year ago. The Brambles is a unique, not for profit business, which provides a venue for the children of military families and the local community to come together. It also provides an ideal opportunity for the parents to mix and
The Brambles Children's Day Nursery, initiated, sponsored and supported by Go Commando, is going from strength to strength as more and more children join us. If you are interested in a place for your child, register him or her quickly as we are rapidly filling up! We continue to work to establish excellent resources and provision for the children in our care and as a result we have been fortunate to receive a grant of £10,000 from
LACEY MAY Our family are blessed with 3 beautiful children 2 girls and 1 boy. When our third child was born unfortunately she was starved of oxygen, and struggled with her first few days of life, due to brain damage which has caused Quadriplegic Spastic Cerebral Palsy and Epilepsy. Lacey-May has found life challenging, but with her support network and positive bubbly personality she strives for a happy healthy future. She has undergone many surgeries
Laura's Story It was a normal day in Laura's life. The weather that day was amazing, a beautiful cold but sunny winters day. Laura, Arron & Ava were busily preparing for a wonderful Christmas, life was great in the Winter household! Aaron headed off to the gym at Norton Manor Camp and Laura was preparing for work. It was 4:30 now and Laura hadn't heard from Aaron, this was particularly unusual as Aaron was a stickler