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Ready for anything with NEW Waistpack

Wednesday, 20 March 2019 15:18:00 Europe/London

Award MedalsDo you ever want to be hands-free of all paraphernalia when embracing the great outdoors? We discovered this larger size of belt bag which is large enough to store a phone, wallet, refreshments, camera or whatever essentials you need to access without the need for a bag or rucksack. Since we launched these last weekend, they have proved really popular. It can also be printed with your choice of military badge, logo or initials.

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75th Anniversary of D-Day Stamps

Monday, 18 March 2019 09:53:34 Europe/London

The Isle of Man Stamps and Coin department under the Directorship of Maxine Cannon launched their 75th Anniversary of D-Day stamps at CoinEx in London on February 14th 2019. The event was attended by Ian Stewart CM, Vice Chairman of the Spirit of Normandy Trust and Veteran Mervyn Kersh Leg.d’ hon. Mervyn was accompanied by his daughter Lynne and the launch was hosted by Maxine Cannon. The IOM Post Office are supporting the SONT and the YHP for Normandy 75.

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National Service Medal and Memorial

Monday, 11 March 2019 11:25:22 Europe/London

In 1939 Parliament introduced the National Service Act, calling on the men and women of the UK to prepare for National Service, either within an arm of the regular services or as a civilian in one of the many voluntary groups being formed and trained at that time. With typical British pride the nation rallied to this call and the ranks of both the armed forces and home defence elements swelled until those who fought for peace were backed by over sixteen million men and women registered for non-military National Service. After WWII others were called to National Service and served with pride to carry the flag to the farthest corners of the globe. By December 1960 when the National Service Act was abolished some five million three hundred thousand young people had been conscripted into the forces.

The commemorative National Service Medal medal, originally proposed and sponsored by the Royal British Legion, is available to those who performed National Service, both military and civilian, between January 1930 and December 1960. It has raised over £600,000 for the Poppy Appeal and The Royal Britsih Legion. The medal is available for application for those who served plus next of kin or direct descendants. View Medal

Award Productiond Ltd were honoured to be invited to commission and sponsor the National Service Memorial, which has a prime location at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire.

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Armed Forces Day 2019

Wednesday, 6 March 2019 13:46:59 Europe/London

Armed Forces Day 2019 is an opportunity to express support to the men and women of the armed forces including serving members, their families, veterans and cadets. There will be hundreds of events across the country to mark Armed Forces Day. This year Salisbury will be hosting the national event with many ocal events taking place across the country. You can view all the events taking place here.

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Appeal for Welsh Normandy Veteran

Tuesday, 5 March 2019 14:07:19 Europe/London

BBC Wales are keen to contact any Welsh Normandy veterans to record personal interviews of their involvement in the Normandy Campaign. The plan is to archive the recordings as an oral history record.Read More
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