An anniversary marks a milestone and this year marks a particularly distinctive one for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity. The Charity was formed in 1944, at the height of World War Two with the purpose of ensuring that all soldiers, veterans and their immediate families can live a life of independence and dignity. In this 75thanniversary year, its purpose remains unchanged and the care the Charity gives to those in need remains as vital as it was at the Charity’s inception.
As a third of our military work and serve our country from their bases in Wiltshire, there is no better place to stage an event to help raise money for The Soldiers’ Charity. The Early, Early Christmas Fair has for many years been an established ‘must’ on the county’s social calendar, but this year is a special one and this anniversary-linked Fair aims to recognise the achievements of the past 75 years by raising a record sum for the Charity. This is about the difference the Charity has made over the years but equally about the difference it will make. The British Army remains engaged in many countries around the world. While there is a British Army, there will be The Soldiers’ Charity. The need for support goes on
The Early, Early Christmas Fair
One of the Charity’s flagship fundraising events – aims to celebrate this anniversary with a blockbuster of a Fair Tuesday and Wednesday, 24th and 25th September.
Salisbury Cathedral Carol Concert
Friday 20th December 7.30pm
ABF The Soldiers’ Charity & Help for Heroes.
Details and any for both events/tickets: www.eecfair.org.uk
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