The Royal British Legion's Personnel Recovery Centres are Go

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  1. Hello everyone,

    It’s been a great week for The Royal British Legion – after the news yesterday that the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme is being significantly improved, now the Legion have revealed that they’re investing £20 million in Army Recovery Centres across the country.

    These will be operating in the garrison centres of Colchester, Tidworth, Catterick and Edinburgh, and will meet the specific welfare needs of personnel during their recovery, as well as providing vital support to their families.

    Colchester’s Personnel Recovery Centre will be opening first in Spring 2011, and the Legion are also planning to fund a Challenge Centre that will provide adventure training and sporting activity, delivered by a dedicated ‘Battle Back’ team, to challenge the injured and act as a ‘recovery accelerator.’

    Just check out LegionLive for more info.

    There’s no better way to support our wounded heroes and show them the nation’s grateful support! :eek:
  2. janner

    janner War Hero Book Reviewer

    Why Army recovery centres? Aren't the Legion aware that the Royal Navy and RAF also serve and might need this facility?

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