A HAMPSHIRE college is in the running to win a prestigious accolade. Fareham College on Bishopsfield Road in Fareham is in the running to become Further Education (FE) College of the Year at the Times Educational Supplement (TES) Further Education Awards which highlights achievement in post 16 education.
Published: 9th March 2017 16:57 Lord Mayor of Portsmouth Cllr David Fuller. Photo credit: Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity The Lord Mayor of Portsmouth, Councillor David Fuller, tackled his fear of heights today (9th March) ahead of a charity abseiling challenge in aid of The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC).
The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC), has been awarded £1 million in Libor funding, announced as part of the Chancellor's Autumn Statement.
Some of the Royal Navy's most elite pilots have teamed up with some of the nation's cutest kittens to make a charity calendar. Following the disappointing news that the Ministry of Defence has banned Royal Marines from stripping off for a different charity calendar, these pictures of pin-up pilots and fluffy felines might just help cheer you up.
A group of Royal Navy mine clearance divers based in Portsmouth have walked a marathon underwater for charity. The 14 divers from Fleet Diving Squadron, at Horsea Island, completed the 26 mile (42km) walk in the lake at their base in 25 hours.
Fundraisers are abseiling from London's tallest buildings - the Gherkin, the Cheesegrater, and the Walkie Talkie Over today participants will abseil the distance roughly equivalent to the height of 142 double-decker buses Challenge organised by The Outbound Trust in association with The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity They tower at such incredible heights that few of us could even look down from the top floor window without feeling queasy.
Three family flats were officially opened recently by Defence Minister Mark Lancaster, Naval Base Commander Commodore Jeremy Rigby and Chief Executive of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) in Portsmouth Naval Base. These flats offer a home-from-home for Service personnel, with warm and welcoming environments for parents and their families.
More than £8.1million has been granted to projects, charities, causes and individuals in support of Royal Navy and Royal Marines personnel by The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) in 2015 - the highest ever amount distributed by the Group. The organisation, which is the principal and chosen charity of the Naval Service, is ...
An intimate dinner attended by HRH The Princess Royal has officially marked the launch of a year-long 10th birthday celebration for the Royal Navy's national charity, The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC).