Specialist wound care to rebuild the lives of physically injured ex-service men and women

Latest press releases from Woundcare4Heroes

23 March 2020
Dear Veterans and family members,
Like many, Woundcare4Heroes has been affected by the situation with Covid-19. Our chief executive, Claire Stephens, a nurse specialist, and other clinicians are now returning to military/NHS roles to help in the battle against Coronavirus.  [Read more]
13 May 2019
Enjoy a day of live music with a glass of your favourite beer or cider at ‘Bands at the Broom’ festival at a popular Warwickshire pub this bank holiday weekend – and raise money for Woundcare4Heroes. [Read more]
30 October 2018
Nurse Maria Hobbert and her team of helpers have raised thousands of pounds for Woundcare4Heroes over the last couple of years with their beautiful, red knitted poppies. [Read more]
10 October 2018
Woundcare4Heroes is planning its first Woundcare4Heroes week - seven days of fundraising and awareness raising which will run from April 7 to 14, 2019. [Read more]
08 June 2018
‘Bands at the Broom’ music, beer and cider festival in Warwickshire hit all the right notes with scorching weather, a big crowd and superb entertainment. [Read more]
15 May 2018
‘Bands at the Broom’ music, beer and cider festival is set to return this spring bank holiday and raise vital funds for veterans’ charity Woundcare4heroes. [Read more]
24 April 2018
Pete O’Hagan, a childhood friend of injured veteran Michael Clough, organised a football match between two teams of men from Shipley and Baildon. Pete, who used to play football with Michael on a local side, now hopes to make it an annual fundraising event. [Read more]
28 February 2018
They’re the close friends of a Lancashire Army veteran who needs pioneering surgery to walk again. And they braved ice underfoot and freezing fog on a military-style march across Yorkshire’s three highest peaks to raise funds for veterans’ charity, Woundcare4heroes and Michael Clough’s Walk Again Appeal. [Read more]
22 February 2018
A fundraiser in a football club was a real winner for Lancashire war veteran Michael Clough.
Friends and family of the amputee ex-soldier, including military surgeon Col Steven Jeffrey who operated on him and Claire Stephens, founder of Woundcare4heroes, attended the evening event on Saturday February 3 at Ossett Town Association Football Club. 
[Read more]
19 February 2018
Getting up early to milk cows and sheep shearing were among the popular lots at an auction of promises to help an amputee ex-soldier walk again. The fundraiser by Slaidburn Young Farmers for veterans’ charity Woundcare4heroes and the Michael Clough Walk Again Appeal took place in the village hall.  [Read more]
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