Golf Day raises £1,400

A Golf Day held at Bearsted Golf Club in Maidstone, Kent took place last month and it was all in aid of Care after Combat, raising £1,400 for the charity.

The Escape to Freedom 2018

The crossing of the Pyrenees is remembered as one of the most important events of The Second World War. The route from St Giron (France) to Ester d’Aneu(Spain) is one

Darryl to face his next challenge!

Care after Combat Regional Manager for the West & North Wales, Darryl Heaton, will be running the Manchester Half Marathon in October, all in aid of the charity. Having recently

Thank you to the Masonic Charitable Foundation

We are so grateful to the Masonic Charitable Foundation for the most generous donation to our Reconnect fund that helps veterans with Alcohol and Drug problems.  It is thankfully received

Goose MC steps down as Trustee and becomes Special Consultant

Goose MC  has stepped down as Care after Combat Trustee from 1st August, but has become “Special Consultant”      to the charity – just the job for a special man.

Summer Ball an absolute triumph

The fourth annual Care after Combat Summer Ball took place last week on Wednesday 18th July at The Grosvenor House Hotel in London, and it was a huge success. These

Care after Combat Chairman, Commander Stephen Anderson RN awarded OBE

Care after Combat Chairman, Commander Stephen Anderson RN has been awarded an OBE (Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire). Stephen left a 10 year career in

Legends Show tickets now on sale!

Care after Combat are thrilled to announce a one-off comedy spectacular billed as Legends; featuring comedy geniuses Jim Davidson, Jethro and special guests Bobby Davro, Mick Miller and Mike Osman.

Congratulations Katherine!

Congratulations to our former Trustee Katherine Jenkins, and husband Andrew Levitas on the arrival of their new baby. Katherine announced on her Twitter account earlier today: “Aaliyah and I are proud to

Care after Combat have today announced the closure of Simon Weston House

Launched two years ago, Simon Weston House has been a place of rest and recoupment for veterans who have left prison and have had nowhere to go. It was Care