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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Tanks A Lot! The Soldiers’ Charity Gives £96,000 To Broughton House

Broughton House has received a £96,000 funding boost from the Army’s national charity. The grant from ABF The Soldiers’ Charity will go towards the costs of running Broughton House. The Soldiers’ Charity, which is celebrating its 75thanniversary, was founded to provide support for troops returning from World War Two. Nowadays it provides support to serving… Continue Reading

Funding Boost for Broughton House

Broughton House has been awarded £23,382 by the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity and its funding partner Greenwich Hospital. The money will go towards the ongoing cost of providing residential care to our veterans. Broughton House, which is currently home to 32veterans, is being transformed into a Veteran Care Village in a £14m redevelopment.… Continue Reading

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