Wednesday, 31 May 2017

SLI365- Service Life Insurance



You can protect the future of your family from today until 2042 at a fixed price FOR THE WHOLE TERM. Perfect for safeguarding your mortgage and with a Government guarantee of payment for operational casualties. 

Service Life Insurance 365 was designed and introduced by MOD in 2007 to provide a robust, trustworthy solution for enduring Military Life Cover – when purely commercial operators declined to provide cover for Service Personnel facing the threat from war, weapons of mass destruction or terrorism. 

Exclusively available online, you can either pay your premium by Direct Debit from your bank – ideal if you intend to retain SLI365 as a civilian (through to age 65 if you wish) or through your pay account with Joint Personnel Administration ‘JPA’. 
SLI365 can provide up to £200,000 lump sum benefit in the event of death or terminal illness - covering all peacetime risks such as traffic accidents and illness. Most importantly, because SLI365 is available under a contract with MoD, it guarantees protection for up to 25 years for any unforeseen operational risk. 

A summary of the benefits include: 
* Cover on and off duty, 365 days a year 
* Up to £200,000 lump sum benefit on death or diagnosis of terminal illness – covering all peacetime risks 
* Quick application progress - acceptance a certainty – (18-45 year olds) 
* No medical required 
* Fixed premium 

For every policy taken out we make a donation to tri-service charity, The Not Forgotten Association (nfassociation.org) to support the great work they do in providing help for serving injured and veterans. 

So, have a look at a brochure available now from most local HIVEs or visit www.sli365.com where you can get a quote for your chosen term (anything between 5 and 25 years) and chosen benefit amount. If you would like more information, please visit our website www.sli365.com – or drop an email to sliteam@sli365.com to request a unit briefing from our ex-military manager. 

Coming soon: tips on writing your life insurance policy in trust . . .www.sli365.com 



Marchwood: Contact/Welfare Flat


Mulberry Community Centre-HIRE


Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Apprenticeships with New Forest District Council


Apprenticeships with New Forest District Council - in accountancy, business admin, customer services, ICT, planning, and streetscene

Monday, 22 May 2017

NHS CHOICES: Stress, anxiety and depression


Am I depressed? How can I feel less stressed? Why am I so anxious?
Whatever you need to know about coping with stressanxiety or depression, or just the normal emotional ups and downs of life, the NHS Choices Moodzone is here to help.
It offers practical advice, interactive tools, videos and audio guides to help you feel mentally and emotionally better.

  • Tips and advice to boost mental health
  • Self-help and treatments
  • Other people's stories

LINK: MOODZONE


Hardley Runners: Waterside



NHS Health Care For The Armed Forces Community



Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Civvy Street: Support and mentoring-service leavers

CivvyStreet aims to provide support and mentoring for all those recently leaving, or about to leave, the forces who are looking for employment opportunities and a chance to redeploy the skills learned while serving.


CivvyStreet is for anyone who has served in the UK Armed Forces (regular or reserves). It is also for their widows, widowers, partners and dependants. Anyone with an Armed Forces connection can apply to become a registered and approved member of CivvyStreet. Membership is validated against Armed Forces number and branch.
Visit the website to find out how they can help:  CivvyStreet

Civvy Street Magazine May 17



Quest Resettlement Magazine May 17



Pathfinder Directory of Resettlement Services 2017





The New Forest-What's on


There are special events happening all year round in the New Forest so you are sure to find something to make your visit even more special. From guided walks in the forest, to country shows and carnivals to festivals you will find an endless list of events for you to join in when visiting the New Forest.


Cycling in the New Forest

Family cycling along leafy lane


When cycling in the New Forest
  • Keep to way marked gravel tracks when cycling off road.
  • Always ride in single file when roads are narrow and never ride more than two abreast
  • Wear bright colours
  • Always use lights after dark or in poor daytime visibility
  • Plan your route to be out of the Forest by dusk
  • Be aware of animals, other cyclists, pedestrians and drivers
  • Keep your speed down, give way to walkers and be friendly to other forest users
  • Do not pass any vehicle loading timber until you've been told it's safe to do so

Click HERE for New Forest Routes and maps

Monday, 8 May 2017

Big White Wall


#Deployment is tough on any #family. Make sure they get the support needed with @BigWhiteWall1. #familymentalhealth http://bit.ly/2nbWtmG