They Fight

They Fight

There are tens of thousands of serving British troops including Gurkhas and Reserves, who sign an oath of allegiance to protect Her Majesty, Her Government and Her Citizens at all cost, they are doing it now.

They Fall

They Fall

Our Nation has lost hundreds of serving personnel in recent years and many more have lost limbs and have suffered traumatic stress caused by the hostile combats they are fighting in.

We Carry On

We Carry On

We carry on with our lives freely walking the streets knowing we are safe from harm. This freedom is bought by our combatants who risk their lives and limbs daily.

But can they?

But can they?

For them to build a new life with the burden of traumatic stress and a limb or limbs missing is a demoralising and lonely journey.

Who looks after them?

Who looks after them?

We Do!

We at SWS RnR start them on that journey. We are a registered Charity that provides this invaluable service entirely from public contributions.

PLEASE GIVE A LITTLE BECAUSE THESE SOLDIERS HAVE GIVEN EVERYTHING.

In The Media

Here are various features and articles about SWS RnR which have appeared in the media.

1st November 2016

  • Unveiling of WW1 Replica Soldier in aid of forces charity SWSRnR.

  • BBC Radio Scotland - 19th July 2014
  • Dumfries and Galloway Life Magazine November 2011
    Hats off to Lizzie - featured in one of Scotland's top magazines

  • Bighearted Scot of the Year - The Sun October 17th 2011 
    "JENNEFER TOBIN’S dedication to wounded troops earned her the Bighearted Scot of the Year award at a glitzy bash in Glasgow’s plush Radisson Hotel. ..."

  • The One Show August 18th 2011: The BBC comes to Carsethorn 
    Courtesy of the BBC


     
  • The Mail on Sunday August 2011
    From theatres of war such as Afghanistan, British servicemen come back wounded and traumatised ... and a dedicated Scot helps rebuild their lives.
    "These boys show massive courage and strength. This is a chance to say 
    thank you" ...

  • Wright Stuff Extra: Gabby Logan talks to Jennefer 
    Courtesy of Channel 5


     
  • Daily Mirror June 2011
    The woman who gets injured soldiers back on track.
    As young servicemen return home from the front line with ­life-changing injuries, it’s often a struggle for them to find support. But one extraordinary woman ­is doing all she can to help.. from her own front room.

  • Daily Record May 2011
    Injured soldiers find solace at Scots refuge. Two really wonderful things happen to them .. they sleep and they laugh again ...

  • Dumfries and Galloway Life April 2011
    RnR charity awarded £3,000 by Community Fund. Southwest Scotland RnR has been awarded £3,000 from the Royal Bank of Scorland thanks to an enthusiastic voting campaign by local residents. ...
     
  • Dumfries and Galloway Standard February 23, 2011
    Blaze hits charity. A charity that provides holidays for injured military personnel has been hit by fire. ...

  • Dumfries and Galloway Life August 2009
    Jennefer Tobin wanted to do something for troops returning from active service, so she’s created a holiday centre where soldiers can enjoy rest, fun and a host of activities, helped along by local residents.