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.
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
Women’s Royal Naval Service Benevolent Trust, RNRMC, Association of Royal Navy Officers ARNO & Royal Navy Officers’ Charity RNOC and The Royal Naval Benevolent Trust, 4 charities working alongside each other for the benefit of retired and serving Royal Navy personnel. Job well done and a fabulous day was had by all....Read more
Stephen retires from the Trust in April and will literally be sailing off into the sunset, well for a short time at least. Stephen has seen many changes at the Trust and at Pembroke House, some sad times but mostly happy memories. From all at RNBT and Pembroke we wish him well in his retirement....Read more
Every year the staff at Pembroke House gather to celebrate an ‘Achievement Day’ party, which this year held a very royal theme in recognition of the Queen’s 90th birthday. Staff and volunteers were given awards for training and development, these were kindly presented by Jim Moulson. Congratulations to Cynthia Hope who recieved an award for...Read more
As it is the centenary year of the Battle of Jutland, RNBT were privileged to invite Nick Jellicoe, the grandson of Admiral John Jellicoe to visit the Trust. Admiral Jellicoe was the founder of the Grand Fleet Fund, the forerunner to the RNBT. Nick kindly signed his book Jutland the Unfinished Battle, which will be...Read more
The RNBT spends in the order of £5 million per annum on its charitable activities. The Trust does not actively fundraise because it is configured to distribute money to individuals in cases of need which amounts to approximately 3,000 beneficiaries every year. The RNBT takes pride in delivering against its charitable objectives in a consistent,...Read more