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AMS Events 2017

 

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Event

 

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TBC May   Keogh Lecture & Dinner    
 June   AMS Athletics   RMAS
October   AMS Retired Officers Lunch   AMS HQ Officers Mess
October   WO's & SNCO's Past & Present Dinner    
December   AMS Carol Service    CLICK here for full details

 

 

RAMC Functions 2017

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Event

 

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11 May   RAMC Annual Service & Association AGM.
  National Memorial Arboretum
 June   RAMC Officers Annual Dinner   AMS HQ Officers Mess
 June   RAMC Luncheon on Corps Sunday   TBC
TBC September   Mitchener Dinner Night   AMS HQ Officers Mess
 October   David Bruce Lecture & Dinner Night   AMS HQ Officers Mess
13 November   Remembrance Day Service   Westminster Abbey
13 November   RAMC Association at Cenotaph Parade   Cenotaph London

 

Events are now bookable on line. Please visit www.thebluebook.org.uk

SSAFA Central Contact

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TRBL Central Contact

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Tel: 0808 802 8080

Officers Association

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Tel: 020 7808 4160

Case One

A wife of a senior serving soldier with 20 years service found herself in difficulty when her marriage ended and effectively made homeless. In order to assist her get back on her feet in civilian life the RAMC paid for her removal costs to a property she had managed to rent. We also assisted with the provision of a washing machine and cooker. The lady was able to secure employment and is now more settled.

Case Two

A former National Serviceman diagnosed with a severe respiratory condition and cardiac problems was provided with a Riser Recliner Chair in order to improve his quality of life.

Case Three

A Serving Senior NCO whose wife suffers from a debilitating condition which has affected her sleeping was recommended a specialist bed , not available through the NHS. The bed was purchased for her and her condition has been eased considerably.

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RAMC Benevolence Guide

The RAMC Association

William Boog LeishmanIn 1926, the RAMC Association was formed to further the camaraderie of WW1 Corps veterans with Sir William Leishman being the first President. There are now some 38 branches around UK with a predominantly veteran membership although most serving Corps members also are members centrally. The Association has traditionally been supported by Corps Funds and especially for the expenses of the branch standards and standard bearers.