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We are pleased to announce that we have registered and secured five places for the 2021 Great South Run.  We will be looking for a team to enter this event, once the organisers have confirmed the date.  Go Commando have paid the entrance fees, all we ask of our team of runners is that they raise sponsorship money for Go Commando to enable us to continue supporting RM families both serving and veterans.

Lt Col Kevin De Val RIP

Our patron, Kevin de Val, passed away last week, after a long battle with cancer. As you will know, Kevin was a very proud retired Royal Marine, having served for 35 years, including Company Commander at 40 CDO and retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel. He was a trustee of Go Commando since its inception in 2010 and has been a fantastic supporter of all RM families throughout the life of the charity and was passionate about the success of


We were delighted to receive the news that Westford Mechanical Limited have chosen GO COMMANDO as their charity of the year for 2020. Westford Mechanical Limited is an independent company based in Taunton with more than 17 years’ experience designing and installing commercial, domestic and industrial plumbing, heating, air conditioning and ventilation systems. John Fewings, Managing Director of Westford Mechanical writes: “As a company based in Taunton for more than 17 years, we have seen just how much the


We are delighted to announce that the Brighton Marathon team have taken up the challenge and will be competing in the Great North Run 2021. The Great North Run is the biggest half marathon in the UK and the World, with 57,000 runners taking part in the famous 13.1 mile UK half marathon. The date for the 2021 is awaiting confirmation from the organisers, following the cancellation of the 2020 event due to Covid 19. We have arranged


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

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