Army teen to march 100 miles in 100 days for bereaved Forces children


16-year-old, Sian Lewis, from Hereford, has the Armed Forces community firmly at the front of her mind this month as she steps out in her challenge to complete 100 miles in 100 days, all to raise money for a military charity close to her heart.

Hero of the month… Colour Sergeant Anthony Oxley 1975 - 2016


Once a year in November the whole world comes together to remember our fallen heroes, however at Scotty’s Little Soldiers we know that for families who have experienced the death of someone who served in the Armed Forces, Remembrance Day is every day. Every one of our members has experienced the …

Fortis Vision make £2,000 donation to help support bereaved Forces children


Nationwide refurbishment company, Fortis Vision, has made a donation of £2,000 to Scotty’s Little Soldiers to help support hundreds of bereaved Armed Forces children and young people. Fortis Vision made the generous donation in conjunction with their continued support for the Armed Forces Covenant …

Major Paul Curran will walk 500 miles and Cadets will walk 500 more


Cadet Commander steps out to famous Proclaimers song to help raise money for bereaved Armed Forces children Army Cadets Company Commander, Paul Curran, will be channelling The Proclaimers over the next few months as he sets out on his charity challenge to walk 500 miles in 60 days.

Military sisters take on 187-mile charity walk to help raise money for bereaved Armed Forces children


Armed Forces sisters, 12 year old, Gabriella and nine year old, Jasmine Tuicicia, have been pounding the pavements of Carnforth over the last few weeks as they took on a 187-mile walk, all to raise money for a charity close to their hearts.

Military teen completes her marathon in a day mission for Scotty's Little Soldiers


14-year-old Charlotte Smith, from Yeovil in Somerset, did her military family and community proud this month as she completed a walking marathon in a day while raising much needed funds for hundreds of bereaved Armed Forces children and young people.

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