The South West’s New Mobile Veterans Outreach Support Service is in Amesbury today, January 31 . The mobile service is the first of its kind, specifically to provide direct support and assistance to veterans across the region, even in remote locations.

As part of a wider local authority project that aims to raise awareness of the Armed Forces Covenant, members of the Armed Forces, public and veterans can visit the outreach team to learn more about the covenant, the outreach service, or to engage with the team to seek support across a wide range of issues including health, accommodation, finance, employment and education.

The Outreach Service has teamed up with Radian and representatives from SSAFA, Armed Forces and Veterans Breakfast Club, Help for Heroes, NHS Salisbury Trust and the Defence Medical Welfare Service, and are at the Pavilion Car Park, Archers Way, Amesbury, Salisbury, SP4 7XX until 3.30pm for members of the Armed Forces Community who need help.

To know more about the work of Forces Connect South West Veterans Outreach Support service, go to and pass it on.