Becky At Kier

Successful transition for injured band member


Funny how being in the right place at the right time can pay dividends. This injured Royal Marine Band Member happened to be attending at a big military musical event, where she found out about The Royal Marines Charity, and how we might assist her through medical discharge into a new career..... Read more »

Commandant Hanover At Ctcrm January 2017

Goodbye and Welcome at CTCRM - January 2017


January 2017 sees a new man in charge. After two years as Commandant of the Commando Training Centre Royal Marines at Lympstone Colonel Kev Oliver hands over the role of Commandant to Colonel Mike Tanner. Colonel Tanner will be responsible for all aspects of Royal Marines recruit and you.... Read more »

Phil Gilby

Phil Gilby MBE


We are delighted to announce that Phil Gilby, Corps RSM and The Royal Marines Charity Trustee, has been awarded an MBE. Phil is one of 23 Royal Navy service personnel that was granted state honours by Her Majesty The Queen in the News Years Honours List. W01 Phil Gilby has served as Corps RSM sin.... Read more »

Victor Logo For Web

Levelling the playing field


The Royal Marines Charity are extremely proud to have funded the first phase of development of the Victor Mobility device. Victor Mobility was founded by a Paralympian Royal Marine to develop ‘the next generation, innovative mobility device that addresses the needs of wheelchair users.... Read more »

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New Year - New Home


Five years ago, whilst serving with the Royal Marines in Afghanistan, Corporal Phil Eaglesham contracted Q Fever. This relatively rare disease is degenerative and has already resulted in Phil becoming wheelchair bound. Phil, his wife Julie, and their three boys, Travis 13, Tyler 9 and Mason 6, li.... Read more »

Expedition 5 Nov 2016

Expedition 5: 2 Men, 5 Islands, 1 World Record


Former Royal Marine Commandos Louis Nethercott and Anthony Lambert are taking on a world first, to cross the planets 5 largest islands using only human power. The challenge will be unsupported, relying heavily on their skills and discipline gained during their diverse military careers. They.... Read more »

Highground Charity Plumpton College

Fantastic news for Lee Kimber


Lee Kimber came to the Charity in July of last year. He had received confirmation that he would be medically discharged in 2016 and was keen to find a niche in land and rural work, somehow using his instructing skills. We have worked with Lee over the past 12 months, considering options and.... Read more »