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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DAREDEVIL GRAN MAKES 15,000FT SKYDIVE FOR BROUGHTON HOUSE VETERAN CARE VILLAGE

A daredevil grandma in her late 60s leapt from a plane at 15,000ft to raise money for Broughton House Veteran Care Village in Salford. Retired nurse Brenda Cogswell, 67, from Eccles, Greater Manchester, was making her fourth tandem skydive when she took part in the event at the Black Knights Parachute Centre in Lancaster along… Continue Reading

ARMY CHARITY AWARDS £80,000 TO BROUGHTON HOUSE VETERAN CARE VILLAGE

The Army’s national charity has generously awarded Broughton House Veteran Care Village a five-figure funding boost. ABF The Soldiers’ Charity has granted £80,000 towards our general running costs. Rhys Edwards, fundraising and marketing manager at Broughton House, said: “We are incredibly grateful for the continued support of ABF The Soldiers’ Charity. “More than half of… Continue Reading

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