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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BROUGHTON HOUSE AWARDED COVID-19 GRANT OF £125,000

We are delighted to announce the award of a £125,000 grant to Broughton House Veteran Care Village by the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust. The grant comes from the Trust’s Covid-19 Emergency Fund, which is making money available to armed forces charities to plug the deficit in fundraising income suffered during the coronavirus pandemic. In… Continue Reading

SKYDIVERS RAISE £5,000 FOR BROUGHTON HOUSE VETERAN CARE VILLAGE

Seven daredevils who took part in a sponsored skydive have raised £5,000 for Broughton House. The magnificent seven – five of whom are serving officers or veterans – carried out their ‘Leap for Legends’ mission at the Black Knights Parachute Centre in Lancaster, jumping out of a plane from up to 15,000 ft. Among them… Continue Reading

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