Matibahadur Pun served as a Driver in the Gurkhas for nine years. We recently sat down with him to talk about his time in the Gurkhas and his life in Nepal.
When a team of Gurkha soldiers summited Everest in May 2017 they were wearing British-made watches. One had been made especially for The Gurkha Welfare Trust (GWT).
We have had a very busy September at The Gurkha Welfare Trust. Take a look through our gallery to see what we’ve been up to over the month.
Every year in Nepal over 200 people drown in flood water caused by monsoon rain. This happens every year between…
Elderly Gurkha veterans and widows were treated like VIP guests when the local villages asked them to cut the ribbon at two of our water projects.
It’s not surprising that life can be hard in some of the mountain villages of Nepal, particularly for the widow of a Gurkha veteran.
Our simplified guide to the Brigade of Gurkha’s complex regimental system.
Put your Will together for free. For over 200 years, the Gurkhas have stood alongside us, now you can make sure that bond lives on – even after you are no longer here.
Known to be one of the most grueling circuits in the equestrian world, the soldiers were keen to test it out – but on two legs!
From the Queen herself to HRH Prince Harry, we count down the top nine times members of the Royal Family have shown their appreciation for the Bravest of the Brave
Captain Bhagtasing Pun passed away this month in Pokhara, Nepal, aged 101 Bhagtasing enlisted into the Brigade of Gurkhas in…
We visit Gurkha veteran Agambahadur often to make sure he’s looked after financially and medically, however, there’s someone else by his side who cares for him too…