The Trust takes every possible opportunity to engage with our beneficiaries and their families by attending events across the country. As we are unable to visit every area on a regular basis we also publish matters of local or national interest in the press and other media.
Unfortunately there are no upcoming RNBT events at the moment. Please return to check if new events have been announced.
The venue will be at Fareham’s Ferneham Hall on Sunday 30 September 2018 – Matinee performance Tickets will be £17 and £15 concession for over 60’s and under 16’s Please contact Ferneham Hall Box Office for tickets. http://www.fernehamhall.co.uk/whats-on/music/royal-marines-association-band/...Read more
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) carried out a comprehensive inspection of Pembroke House on 13th and 14th June 2018. Whilst the full inspection report has not yet been published, the written feedback from the Inspector was most encouraging, noting the ‘positive comments from people about the care provided’; ‘full activities programme and planned visits’; ‘good...Read more
Mike and Pete will be carrying all that they need with them for 2 weeks in their bike panniers – no support vehicle. The distance is just short of 1,000 miles. Mike, being a past Mayor of Fareham himself, has chosen to support Cllr Susan Bayford Mayor of Fareham 2018/2019 by raising as much as...Read more
CPO(PT) Daz Hoare and his team of rowers will take on the challenge of rowing 339 kilometeres – 211 miles, the distance from Portsmouth Harbour to Chatham Harbour within 24hrs raising funds and awareness for RNBT and Pembroke House. The challenge will commence on 28 June on board HMS BRISTOL. To achieve this challenge each...Read more
A huge thank you to Hays Travel Gosport, Branch Manager Sara and her staff, who have recently cycled from Gosport to Plymouth and back on static bikes (thank you to Anytime Fitness (Gosport) for the loan of the bikes). Which equates to 340 miles. Customers and staff all got involved. The event also included a...Read more
During Canterbury College’s community engagement week, 18 Public Services’ students had the opportunity to volunteer for the Royal Naval Benevolent Trust, by visiting Pembroke House in Chatham. With the students aspiring toward careers within the Public Services, they were very keen to interact with the residents; playing games, telling them about their course and listening to the...Read more
It was a pleasure to welcome the Deputy Mayor of Faraham, Susan Bayford at Castaway House. Susan was accompanied by her husband Brian and Councillors Christine and Leslie Keeble. It was the first time Susan had visited Castaway House. During the visit the guests met with the heads of 4 of the naval charities who...Read more
This illustrated memoir shows the war from different perspectives through Denis’s memories of evacuation, his first job, Home Guard duties, basic naval and telegraphy training, including Morse Code and subequent naval deployment. The narrative is interlaced with details of his love for teacher, Marjorie, his childhood sweetheart and show us how fate and the decisions...Read more
With a generous grant from The Royal British Legion, RNBT have converted the existing Committee Room into a multi-use facility optimised for the delivery of training events by other charities. The convertion work was completed mid January. The 75 inch media screen was fitted by our IT providers, Criterion IT and the old tables and...Read more
The Director of Care at The Royal Star & Garter Homes has received an OBE in the 2018 New Year’s Honours List. The award was made to Pauline Shaw in recognition of her services to Veterans. Pauline is also a Trustee at The Royal Naval Benevolent Trust. As a nurse, Pauline has worked in clinical...Read more
Keith has been a member of the Grant Committee for many years, what started off as just a chat with a friend over a glass of whiskey “come along to the committee” he said and 18 years and near on 7,500 cases later Keith has made the decision to put down his pen and pick...Read more
During a trip to Thailand to visit their son, Rose, Arthur and son David were involved in a horrific car accident which took the lives of Rose’s son and husband and left Rose with serious injuries. Friends and family launched an appeal to raise funds so that Rose could be treated in Thailand. Rose spent...Read more
It is not an IT Project, it is a Project to provide friendship, support and practical help. With the outcome of better spiritual and mental health: a recent study equated loneliness in the elderly to the effect of smoking 15 cigarettes a day. RNBT’s trustee Sarah Clewes helps with the project....Read more