TRiM for Veterans attended the Devon County Show on a wet weekend at the end of May
Though the event was a great success it was a wash out when it came to the weather...
Rain, mud and car park mayhem caused the show to close a day earlier than planned
T4V would like to thank the team that helped to man the stand and brave the elements as well as the shows organisers
We are pleased to feature in the HomePort Magazine, Spring 2014 Edition
The Naval Families Federation's Magazine for Royal Naval & Royal Marines Families keeps in touch with service families with breaking news and items of interest.
We would like to thank them for their support to TRIM FOR VETERANS
You can find the article on Page 30 of the Home Port Magazine or click this link
04 March 2014 Trim 4 Veterans officially launched at the Royal Marines Museum, Portsmouth. The launch of the new pioneering practice is in support of veterans who’ve experience trauma as a result of military service.
TRIM 4 VETERANS uses the principles of Trauma Risk Management, introduced over sixteen years ago as a form of specialist ‘in house’ support for Royal Marine veterans suffering with mental illness, often as a result of active service in areas of conflict.
The launch was attended by members ...
On 14 November 2013 the T4V Team were invited to attend and witness the the Havant Borough Council signing of the Armed Forces Covenant.
This event allowed us to promote Armed Forces awareness and Veterans needs with our T4V stand and team of volunteers.
Havant Borough Council
Public Service Plaza
Civic Centre Road
The event was open to the public, with the Community Covenant signed at 1200hrs on the same day.
We would like to thank Douglas Gould, the Armed Forces Liaison Officer from Hampshire ...