SALAMANCA COMPANY TOUR
In early 2013 a team of former Salamanca Company Cadets will be taking on a massive task!
Maxine Farr will be undertaking a Tandem Skydive, raising money for Care for Casualties.
Please support Max by going to www.justgiving.com/Maxine-Farr
Anna and Olivia Chesterman will be leading a team in the Edinburgh Marathon – The Edinburgh Marathon Festival. This event will be in memory of their brother, Lt Andrew Chesterman, who was killed in action in Afghanistan on 9th August 2012. During his deployment as a Platoon Commander he was involved in mentoring the Afghan National Police. Andrew was popular, utterly professional, dependable and naturally gifted. Through his inspiring leadership he had earned the respect of his fellow Riflemen on operations under the toughest of circumstances. Andrew had a passion for fitness and ran the Edinburgh Marathon himself whilst he was stationed there with his Battalion, 3 Rifles. Please support Anna and Olivia as they support others through Care for Casualties. Visit their on-line donation page: www.justgiving.com/chesterman.
Ex Green Jacket, Colin Davis, will be taking part in the London South Tough Mudder on 9th June, raising money for Care for Casualties.
Please support Colin in this by sponsoring him via www.justgiving.com/davo6704
15th June, Harriette Hobbs is very bravely undertaking a sky dive to raise money for Care for Casualties. Thank you Harriette!
Please support Harriette by going to her on-line donation page and making a donation! http://www.bmycharity.com/fallingforRifles
Golf Day, Lanhydrock Hotel and Golf Club, Cornwall, fundraiser for Care for Casualties and The Royal British Legion
Sammie Noon will be undertaking a parachute jump to raise money for Care for Casualties. Sammie and the Tattoos 4 Causes (see www.t4cuk.co.uk or www.facebook.com/tattoos4causesuk) have taken Care for Casualties on as one of their charities.
Please support what they are doing for us: www.justgiving.com/Tattoos-4-Causes-UK
Daniel Nickson and his family will be taking part in the Dalkeith Country Estate, Edinburgh, Tough Mudder. Daniel was injured himself whilst serving with 3 Rifles in Afghanistan in 2010 and now says he wants to put something back. We are really touched that he is doing this to raise money for Care for Casualties. Please support him through his Just Giving page: http://www.justgiving.com/Daniel-Nickson