On the 6th November 2010, ‘The Abandoned Soldier, Reflections of War’, was launched at The National Memorial Arboretum at Alrewas in Staffordshire. The Readings were carried out in The Millennium Chapel and was attended by approximately 60 people. A selection … Continue reading
Mark Christmas, Mid Wales. What more need I say? Cathy McMichael cathy mcmichael bristol I support this groups aims because I think it important to raise awareness of PTSD and I can’t think of a better way to do it … Continue reading
We have been asked by the National Memorial Arboretum to remove TAS by the 26th of November. If you havent already seen it but plan a visit, please do so within the next few days.
The Project are thrilled that a national newpspaper has run a story on TAS. Today we featured in the Independent On Sunday (see also online version). The story also featured quotes from Daniel Twiddy who TAS is modelled on. We … Continue reading
The book launch of Mark Christmas’s book of poetry was held at the NMA on the 6th of November. Amongst the people to who attended was Yorkie Malone, one of the original “Abandoned Soldiers” from the BBC documentary, The Battle … Continue reading
After weeks of uncertainty, the ‘Abandoned Soldier’ statue has been safely transported to its temporary home at Staffordshire’s National Memorial Arboretum (NMA). Those who moved it are members of 55 Off Platform Repair Company, part of 104 Force Support Battalion … Continue reading