Welfare Hub for 205 Scottish Field Hospital Reserve

During Round 3, 205 Scottish Field Hospital Reserve were awarded £10,000 for the refurbishment and modernisation of their facility.

The Graham House Army Reserve Centre is home to the largest detachment Field Hospital in Scotland, and the site is the former home of the Royal Marine Reserve.

This project enabled the Hospital Reserve to introduce a fantastic hub which has become a focal point for all Army Reserves, helping to attract the next generation of medical personnel. 

Project Sponsor, Cpt Glen Hogg, said: “This funding has not only helped refurbish the building, but ensure training disruption is kept to a minimum, allowing the future generation to progress.”

Stay tuned for Round 5 of the NAAFI Fund opening in Spring next year, click here for more information. 

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