A Blighty Night to remember saw the Mayor of Warrington Cllr.Karen Mundry join veterans from the charity Shoulder to Soldier
Speaking at the Blighty Night remembrance evening Mayor Cllr. Karen Mundry said “ It is important that we remember the sacrifices our armed forces families have made, this evening was a lovely example of the community coming together to remember and thank our veterans,those serving and their families for all that they do for us”
Ladies from Nora Street Community centre laid on a lovely hot pot supper and everyone listened to war time music.
Warrington Borough Council provided literature, poetry and other materials for the event which continued it’s provision of Blighty Nights and Blighty Clubs across the town commemorating the end of World War one.
The charity Shoulder to Soldier operate from the Nora Street Community Centre every day except Wednesday’s and support Armed Forces Families who need help accessing services, attending appointments and completing forms. They provide financial support and general advice.
With over 200 cases since starting last year the charity is welcoming all armed forces families to contact 07515892720 to arrange an appointment for help and advice.
Shoulder to Soldier is a charity that helps Tri Service Armed Forces Families when they need support.
Working across the UK, Shoulder to Soldier offer a friendly service not only for serving personnel and ex serving personnel but also for their families.
The award winning charities objectives are providing relief of financial need, providing support, advocacy and practical advice and providing and assisting in the provision of recreational facilities in the interests of social welfare.
Details of all the help and advice is available here https://www.shouldertosoldier.org.uk/