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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.

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Our Future

In order to become relevant to the growing demands of veterans of all ages, Broughton House has embarked on the creation of the first Veteran Care Village for the North West.

The Veteran Care Village will meet all their needs and make the right links to get specialist support and advice for every stage of their life

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George Simms
WW2 Veteran

Broughton House Resident from December 2017 – January 2021

Born; 24th December 1923

Brought up; Ardwick, Manchester

Enlisted; February 1942. George volunteered to serve in the Royal Marines as soon as he was old enough and completed his basic training at the Royal Marine Depot, Lympstone, near Exmouth, Devon. In November 1942 he was selected for service in the elite Royal Marine Commandos and trained at their famous Basic Training Centre at Achnacarry Castle, Spean Bridge near Fort William, Scotland.

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