Nepal’s monsoon season occurs from June to September every year. We do whatever we can to make sure the Gurkha veterans and widows we care for are safe.
Our South West Branch has participated at the annual Royal Cornwall Show over the past 20 years.
Dhanadevi lives in an incredibly remote village in the foothills of the Himalayas. Her home is hundreds of miles away from any other pensioner that we look after.
Many congratulations to Mr Adrian Lower who won a day’s game shooting at Kilverstone Hall Estate, Norfolk for nine guns.
The Trailwalker UK event, which was scheduled for this weekend (13-15 July), has been cancelled due to adverse weather conditions.…
We and the brave Gurkha veterans we support are incredibly grateful to HRH Prince Harry for nominating us to be one of the charity beneficiaries of last weekend’s Audi Polo Challenge 2018.
When our team spoke with Gurkha widow Manisara Thapa recently she insisted she was fine, but we knew something wasn’t quite right…
As Salisbury celebrated a visit by Their Royal Highnesses Prince Charles and Camilla today, it was a special moment for Trust staff member and Gurkha veteran Major Bishnu Pun.
Rifleman Tekbahadur Gurung is a remarkably proud Gurkha veteran. He even still drinks the issued to him when he enlisted into the Army in 1945. We recently caught up with him at his home in Gorkha, Central Nepal.
If you looked at 59 year-old Kale Gurung’s wide smile, you wouldn’t know the daily struggles he has faced his whole life, living as someone who is deaf and mute in the remote hills of Nepal.
We’re giving away two Four-Day Admission Tickets and one Four-Day Car Pass.
Meet Gurkha veteran Rifleman Sancha Bahadur Tamang. He’s 97 years old. He served for the British Army during World War Two.