VE Day Service @ Eastry Church Sunday 10th May

An open invitation from Terry James Chairman of Eastry RBL Branch

*  Standards would be welcome.

* Starting at 10.30 am, the service should last about an hour.

* Parking can be difficult in the village. The most convenient places to park are Church Street and the High Street car park. Advise to arrive early to give yourself some “wiggle” room.


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NHS care for the Armed Forces community, November 2019 click the links NHS health care for the Armed Forces community with links Nov 2019 v7

AFN VFC Training Generic poster Veteran Support Group Sep 2019

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The following info has been taken from the Royal Marine’s Association website.                                                                                        Subject: Armed Forces Covenant
This is something we are entitled to but very few of us know about it.
First It is important that your GP and consultant are aware that you are a veteran. Do this by asking them to add code 13jy to your records, this flags up that you are a veteran.
This is a quote from the NHS website……..
“All veterans are entitled to priority access to NHS care (including hospital, primary or community care) for conditions associated with their time within the armed forces (service-related).
But this is always subject to clinical need and doesn’t entitle you to jump the queue ahead of someone with a higher clinical need.”
If the NHS service you’re dealing with is unaware of priority treatment, you’re actively encouraged to tell them about it and ensure you have told them you have served.


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