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The COPS 30 Miler - 2018

04/10/2018

On the afternoon of Friday 28th September 2018, this year’s COPS 30 Miler participants began to arrive at Clennell Hall, where they booked in, grabbed some food, then gathered for the safety briefing. An overview of the event was provided, after which participants met the organisers and some of th.... Read more »

JTC -  WW1 From Then Till Now

Journey Through Conflict – Tickets now Available

03/10/2018

The Royal Marines Charity are proud to be supporting Journey Through Conflict’s ‘WW1 From Then Until Now’. Marking the Centenary of the end of WW1, this event features renowned one-handed concert pianist Nicholas McCarthy, whose performance of Left-Hand Alone repertoire composed for injured.... Read more »

RMA RFC raises over £16,000 in Gibraltar

RMA RFC raises over £16,000 for the #RMfamily in Gibraltar

02/10/2018

Last weekend saw the RMA RFC compete against a Gibraltar Veterans team, in what has become an annual fundraising event. This year, The Royal Marines Charity were honoured to receive a cheque of £16,280. This year’s match was a close fought affair, with the RMA RFC coming out as 41-36 winners o.... Read more »

Expedition 5 - Greenland

Expedition 5 – 4 Down – 1 Island to Go!

01/10/2018

The Expedition 5 team have officially completed their traverse of the world’s largest island, Greenland, leaving just one island in their way. Former Royal Marine Commandos Louis Nethercott and Anthony Lambert have embarked on a world first expedition, the likes of which has never been accompl.... Read more »

Mark Ormrod statue unveiled

Sculpture of Royal Marine Veteran Mark Ormrod Officially Unveiled

26/09/2018

The statue – named 'Undefeated' - is of Mark's torso and will be sold to raise funds for The Royal Marines Charity and BLESMA. On Monday 24th September, a sculpture featuring the torso of Royal Marine Veteran Mark Ormrod was officially unveiled at Aviva’s Head Office in London. The piece h.... Read more »

Billy now on higher ground thanks to #RMfamily support

Billy now on higher ground thanks to #RMfamily support

07/09/2018

“If it hadn't been for the Royal Marines Association, The Royal Marines Charity and High Ground, I don't know where I would be right now.” Billy Baily served in the Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines for over 10 Years. During his time spent serving with the Royal Marines Band, Billy was.... Read more »