British Army veterans Taff & Johno chat with MILITARY veterans and civilians worldwide, telling their unique stories.
The fallen gunner of ww1
Former Royal Artillery veteran and On Parade UK co-host Johno made a Remembrance wreath at the famous Poppy Factory in Richmond to personally lay it on Gunner Manley's grave at the Poperinghe New Military Cemetery, Belgium.
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COMEDY PERFORMANCE TRAINING FOR VETERANS
Two years in the making, co-hosted by The Comedy School and On Parade, a new stand-up comedy course for Veterans launched at The Comedy School London in January 2023.
The pilot course was an NHS study for veterans who have previously experienced mental health difficulties and is in partnership with NHS, The Veterans Mental Health and Wellbeing Service, Op COURAGE and supported by The National Lottery Community Fund.
I would like to wish Neil, and Johno continued success with their work and podcast, helping veterans.
Leo Docherty MP - Former Minister for Defence People and Veterans