ID Card

The UK Armed Forces Veteran ID Card


Today, the Ministry of Defence has launched a new Veterans ID card.  This will enable public and charitable sector services to instantly recognise the service of a Veteran. This card will provide proof that a Veteran has served in HM Armed Forces in line with the Government definition of a Veteran,... Read more »

Captain General HRH Prince Harry visits CHF in Arctic

Captain General visits Royal Marines in Arctic


Last week, HRH The Duke of Sussex spent part of valentine’s day visiting the Royal Marines, hundreds of Miles inside the Arctic circle. In his first overseas visit in his role as Captain General of the Royal Marines, His Royal Highness was involved in celebrations marking 50 years of UK helicop... Read more »

Business Set-up Workshop – Setting up for the future

Business Set-up Workshop – Setting up for the future


Yesterday, 13th February, The Royal Marines Charity were delighted to host a Business Set-up Workshop at Commando Training Centre Royal Marines. The event, specifically designed for Veteran Royal Marines and Serving Royals in resettlement, as well as their family members, offered the opportunity... Read more »

RM Cadet’s Olly’s Brave Fight Against Cancer

RM Cadet Olly’s Brave Fight Against Cancer


By Tyneside RMA member Dave Leach Rugged Rugby players, pedal –pushing policemen, a Christmas Carolling choir and swimmers in the icy briny are among the multitude of well-wishers raising funds for a brave young Royal Marines Cadet in his fight against cancer. Thirteen-year-old Oliver Liddle... Read more »

The Rowing Marine

The Rowing Marine passes the halfway point


It’s official. The Rowing Marine, Lee Spencer, has passed the halfway point in his trans-Atlantic solo row. Lee is on a personal mission to challenge the perceptions around disabilities as he looks to become the world’s first physically disabled person to row solo and unsupported from mainlan... Read more »

Once a Royal Marine, Always a Royal Marine - Yorkie's Story

Once a Royal Marine, Always a Royal Marine - Yorkie's Story


Once a Royal Marine, always a Royal Marine. Yorkie Malone joined the Royal Marines in 1965, serving in Aden, Northern Ireland and the Falklands. This is Yorkie's story and how The Royal Marines Charity & RMA were able to assist him towards #GoodMentalHealth. Remember, if you or anyon... Read more »

TRMC Business Set Up Workshop

Register to attend our Business Set Up Workshop


The Royal Marines Charity Business Set Up Workshop is a fantastic opportunity for retired and serving Royal Marines in resettlement and their family members to connect and engage with Business Mentors. Encompassing a wide range of industry knowledge, many of our speakers are former Royal Marines... Read more »