BROUGHTON HOUSE IS A BUILDING FULL OF STORIES

Hearing our veterans explain the things they have experienced makes you realise how quite extraordinary they are. It is important for us to remember their stories and to remember that after their service has finished, Broughton House is where they call home.

“It was our spirit that kept us alive I think”

AGED JUST 18, GEOFF STOTT WAS ONBOARD HMS EXETER WHEN IT WAS DESTROYED IN 1942.

HE THEN SPENT 3 YEARS AS A PRISONER OF WAR.

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RNRMC AND GREENWICH HOSPITAL HELP FUND THE COST OF CARING FOR OUR VETERANS

The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity and its partner funder Greenwich Hospital have continued their support of Broughton House Veteran Care Village, with an award of more than £30,000. The grant of £30,473 will go towards the cost of caring for our former Royal Navy and Royal Marines residents. Mandy Lindley, director of relationships… Continue Reading

NEW CHAIRMAN AT THE HELM OF BROUGHTON HOUSE

A new chairman has taken the helm of our board of trustees at Broughton House Veteran Care Village. Commodore Phil Waterhouse succeeds Professor Sir Netar Malik, who has stood down after eight years in the role. Commodore Waterhouse is the Naval Regional Commander for Northern England and the Isle of Man. He is the First… Continue Reading

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