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  1. Soldiers hold a Big Brew Up for our Forces

    SSAFA FIND THAT BRITS CONSUME A BATH TUB OF TEA EVERY YEAR!

    A new survey commissioned by SSAFA has uncovered just how obsessed we Brits are with sitting down for a daily ‘cuppa’ break – along with the celebrities we would most like to share them with!

  2. SSAFA Southend Birthday party

    SEVEN WORLD WAR 2 VETERANS THROWN SPECIAL BIRTHDAY PARTY BY SSAFA

    On Thursday 24 May, SSAFA hosted a fun-filled party to celebrate the upcoming birthdays of seven well-loved members of their Southend Veterans' Club.

  3. Tyne and Wear veteran to take on the Fan Dance Race for SSAFA

    Local Navy veteran is taking on the ultimate SAS selection challenge to raise money for the charities that have supported him after being diagnosed with PTSD.

  4. SSAFA Fundraisers take on "The Great Outdoors Challenge"

    Coast to coast backpacking adventure to raise valuable funds for SSAFA Hamphire branch

  5. Grimsby locals do sponsored walk for SSAFA

    Local Grimsby job centre workers walk 15 miles and raise over £600 for SSAFA Grimsby

  6. Towie stars host Big Brew Up with WW2 veterans

    Towie stars host Big Brew Up with WW2 veterans

    Stars from the popular reality TV series, The Only Way is Essex, joined a squad of British military veterans for a ‘Big Brew Up’, in order to raise vital funds for SSAFA.

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