This month’s Conservative Friends of the Armed Forces podcast features three individuals each with their own individual link to the Armed Forces.
James Sunderland MP is the Member of Parliament for Bracknell who left the Army on winning his selection at the rank of Colonel.
Donna Gavin is a former Major who is on the candidates list and is spearheading @DigitalTories. As a former Royal Signaler she is taking part in the #RoyalSignals100 #100for100 challenge in June, where she will hike and run 100km across the Lake District in a single weekend. She’ll be wearing her Corps T-shirts and flying the flag to raise money for the Royal Signals Charity, improving the lives of serving signallers and disadvantage veterans. To sponsor her please click here.
Sean Howlett is a member who serves in the Army Reserve and is joining our operations team.
A huge thank you to each of them for joining us on this, our second episode. If you’d like to learn more or become a member please go to www.cfarmdeforces.org for more information.
This month’s Conservative Friends of the Armed Forces podcast features three individuals who give us their take on the relevance, values and standards and inspirational qualities of the UK Armed Forces.
Alicia Kearns MP is the Member of Parliament for Rutland and Melton who prior to her career in politics worked across the Ministry of Defence and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Shaun Bailey AM, the current Conservative candidate of Mayor of London cites his early experience in the cadets as having a huge impact on the rest of his life.
Ed McGuinness is a member who served as an Officer in the Royal Artillery and stood as a candidate in Hornsey and Wood Green in GE2019.
A huge thank you to each of them for joining the host and President of the organisation, James Clark for this first episode. If you’d like to learn more or become a member please go to www.cfarmdeforces.org for more information.