Support for veterans in Fareham

GRAND OPENING From left, Andrew Lord of Alabare, Mark Hoban MP, Cllr Andrew Joy and  Canon David Durston. Picture: Ian Hargreaves  (123027-6)

GRAND OPENING From left, Andrew Lord of Alabare, Mark Hoban MP, Cllr Andrew Joy and Canon David Durston. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (123027-6)

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A NEW home for veterans in need of help has opened in Fareham.

The four-bedroom home in Beech Road is run by the charity Alabare.

Cllr Andrew Joy, chairman of Hampshire County Council, declared the home open.

He said: ‘The real and long-term damage suffered by veterans so often does not emerge until long they have left HM Forces, at a time when their needs are greatest and support is hard to find.

‘Alabare’s help in providing a home and supportive environment to enable veterans to adjust will make an enormous difference to their lives.’

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