An update on the 2019 Tour de Troops fundraising bike ride from Edinburgh Castle to Windsor Castle and finishing at Cardiff Castle.
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Felix Festival 2019 It’s back! Bigger and, if possible, even better! We’re holding another roaring night of live music to raise funds for Felix Fund at Brickledons Farm, Clappers Farm Road, Silchester, Hampshire RG7 2LG on Saturday 7 September 2019. The last two festivals raised £45,000 for the charity and we want to try and […]
How about starting your New Year with a new fitness regime? Felix Fund has 10 places for the Big Half – a half marathon around the streets of London on 10 March 2019. If you would like to take part and raise funds for Felix Fund, please get in touch with Melanie Moughton at [email protected] or […]
The Tour de Troops challenge for 2018 was Land’s End to John O’Groats in 5 days! Most people complete the trip in 8 to 10 days – but not this team. 14 riders set out from Land’s End and most of the team made it to John O’Groats in one piece. There were a number of […]
Sign up now for the five-day cycle ride from Land’s End to John O’Groats.
The trainee Ammunition Technical Officer smashes two Guinness World Records!
Felix Fund gets a boost from the BFBS Big Salute campaign.
Huge amount raised and everyone had a great time!
A wonderful display of 31 works
Works will be on show at the Cornerstone Arts Centre, Didcot until Sunday 8 October 2017.
Support for wellbeing within the Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) and Search community.
Last year’s event was a great success.
They’re covering 450 miles without a map!
The participants are pedalling from Edinburgh to Germany.
20 members from 11 EOD Regt RLC are going on an amazing odyssey.
Join us on Sunday 9 July!
Teams from the Army and RAF took part in the annual championship at Lillehammer, Norway.
A cheque and bucket collection were presented to CEO Melanie Moughton at the Diwali celebrations in Leamington Spa.
£3000 raised at a fantastic fundraising evening, including tales of bomb disposal in war zones.
Unique World War I eye-witness accounts will be accessible at the Imperial War Museum in London.
Cutlass presented Deputy Lord Lt John Harwood with a poppy
Organised by the Linley family with West Midlands volunteers
An evening of good food and drink, excellent company along with nine bouts of boxing.