Armed forces dress blues to celebrate the end of summer as soldiers prepare for the start of a new year.
Army Dress Blues is a UK charity that provides a festive look for the British Armed Forces and the UK public, helping the army to wear its colours as part of its commemorative celebrations.
Soldiers from across the UK and Europe take part in a day of action and charity at Camp Broughton in Buckinghamshire.
The charity runs a charity drive from 10am on Friday to 2pm on Saturday and then presents the event with a pop-up shop.
In addition to the usual parade of soldiers, children and their families, they also run a small charity shop to sell a range of items to help the UK military and civilians in need.
“It’s an opportunity to show our appreciation and support for all our troops who have given their lives for this country,” said Simon Johnson, Director of the charity.
It’s also the perfect way to raise money for the Army Dress Blues charity.
The charity will donate £5,000 from their Tributes campaign to the Army Reserve and £1,000 to the National Guard.
There will also be a free pop-ups shop from 10:00am to 2:00pm.
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