Armed Forces Community Covenant
Malvern Hills District Council is proud to be part of the Armed Forces Community Covenant for Worcestershire, set up to encourage local support for the Armed Forces community.
The Ministry of Defence set up the Covenant Grant Scheme to fund local projects, which strengthen the ties or the mutual understanding between members of the Armed Forces Community, and the wider community in which they live.
The Armed Forces Community Covenant is a voluntary statement of mutual support between a civilian community and its local Armed Forces Community.
It encourages support for the Armed Forces Community working and residing in Worcestershire and recognises and remembers the sacrifices made by members of this community, particularly those who have given the most.
Find out more about what is happening in your area and how you can show your support and organise an event for next year on the Armed Forces Day website.
Assistance for Armed Forces Community
The Armed Forces Community Covenant encourages support for the Armed Forces Community, and recognises and remembers the sacrifices made by those in the Armed Forces and their families.
Information on assistance available to the Armed Forces Community is below:
Please visit the housing section of our website for more information.
Benefits and Council Tax
Other financial help and advice can be found by contacting your local Citizens Advice Bureau.
Jobcentre plus can help with making a claim for benefits and looking for a job.
If you are thinking about setting up a new business visit our business information pages for information about grants, business rates and more.
For details on health and NHS services near to you visit the NHS Choices website.
We Did Our Bit
The 12min remembrance film "We Did Our Bit" is now available to view below, the film shares the real-life stories from our local Worcestershire WW2 Veterans.
The project has been funded through the Armed Forces Community Covenant grant scheme.