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A successful anniversary for the Unforgotten Forces project

The Unforgotten Forces project has benefited over 2,000 older veterans, their family members and carers in Scotland since its launch a year ago. DMWS is very proud to be part of this fantastic project Read more

Arctic Convoy veterans pay tribute to fallen comrades

A trio in their ninties attended a special annual ceremony to commemorate the Russian Arctic Convoys of the Second World War. DMWS Welfare Officer Andy was proud to accompanied the veterans on this special occasion made possible by the Unforgotten Forces Project. Read more

Former Lieutenant Commander speaks about DMWS support

Matt Kiernan speaks about his experience of working with DMWS in his role as the Senior Nursing Officer for Mental Health in the Royal Navy as well as receiving support when he was critically ill. Read more

TV team transform war hero’s garden

Welfare Officer Nathan receives an unexpected surprise by Alan Titchmarsh and his ITV 'Love your Garden' team. His garden makeover will be revealed in July 2018. Read more

High Sheriff’s award for Police Medical Welfare Service

We are delighted to receive the High Sheriff of Hampshire Award for the professional welfare support we have provided to Hampshire Constabulary. Read more

Young and old veterans benefit from Healthcare Navigator

The DMWS Healthcare Navigator in Birmingham offers young and old service leavers and their families support with issues affecting their physical or mental wellbeing. Read more

Herefordshire supports ex-Forces community

Our Welfare Officers are embedded within the Wye Vallety Trust and the 2gether NHS Foundation Trust to provide support to the aged veteran community when they need help during times of ill health. Read more

DMWS shortlisted for two prestigious Awards

DMWS is delighted to announce that the charity has been shortlisted as a finalist for the 2018 Soldiering On Awards in two categories, and The Charity Film Awards. Read more

Soldier Magazine interviews DMWS Welfare Officer

Nathan Cumberland, DMWS Welfare Officer spoke to the editor of Soldier Magazine on his transition from Grenadier Guardsman to civilian life after he was critically injured by an IED in Afghanistan. Read more

Welfare Officers established in two more councils

Our confidential and professional medical welfare service is now in place in Herefordshire and Nottinghamshire and we are looking forward to delivering our service in partnership with the two councils. Read more