Monthly Archives: October 2010

The Abandoned Soldier Is Finally On The Move!

The Abandoned Soldier statue will finally be moved from James Napier’s London Studio and transported to the National Memorial Arboretum on Monday 1st November. Those moving it are members of 55 Off Platform Repair Company, part of 104 Force Support … Continue reading

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Book pre-order (for the NMA launch) deadline 27.10.2010

The deadline for book orders is this Weds  27.10.2010.  There will only be limited stock available at the National Memorial Arboretum on Saturday 6th November, so if you want to be sure of getting a copy (which you can then … Continue reading

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Transport worries ease to give massive boost to the project.

Today the project received some great news – We now have transport to take TAS to the National Memorial Arboretum.  Further details will be released as soon as we have them confirmed but to say we are over the moon … Continue reading

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Major-General Tim Cross CBE weighs in on behalf of Abandoned Soldiers everywhere

  Outspoken critic of government military policy backs ‘Abandoned Soldier’ campaign Sculpture created to highlight plight of forgotten veterans is itself decaying and forgotten Poetry book launch aims to reignite debate and help those physically and mentally scarred in recent … Continue reading

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