Armed forces community covenant
The national armed forces covenant recognises and rewards our service men and women, veterans and their families for the great work they do and sacrifices they make.
The community covenant is our local adaption of the initiative, which complements the national covenant. The community covenant is a statement of support between the civilian and local armed forces community. It was originally signed in April 2012 by Councillor Ian McEnnis, Chairman of Wycombe District Council and Group Captain MD Heffron, Station Commander of RAF High Wycombe.
The community covenant aims to:
- encourage local communities to support the local armed forces community
- make it easier for service personnel, families and veterans to access help and support
- encourage activities that help integration into civilian life
Why get involved
Our community covenant is a rewarding project to be part of and would fit perfectly within any corporate social responsibility plan or as part of charitable work.
By signing up to the covenant, you will commit to supporting service personnel, families and veterans within RAF High Wycombe. The extent of your support is up to you. It can be anything from offering a 2 for 1 deal, a 10% discount or free entry. In return you will receive a membership certificate and be listed on this website as an official supporter of the community covenant.
You will also receive an invitation to our offices for an official signing ceremony in June 2015.
How to get involved
If you would like to find out more about the covenant and how to get involved, please email us at: email@example.com
Armed forces community covenant members
- Bledlow cum Saunderton Parish Council
- Bradenham Parish Council
- Chepping Wycombe Parish Council
- Great Marlow Parish Council
- Hazlemere Parish Council
- Hughenden Parish Council
- Little Marlow Parish Council
- Longwick-cum-Ilmer Parish Council
- Marlow Town Council
- People for Places Leisure Ltd
- Princes Risborough Parish Council
- Radnage Parish Council
- Stokenchurch Parish Council
- The High Wycombe Mayor's Office
- Turville Parish Council