Remembrance Day Statement from Blesma
Remembrance Day is an important time to pause and reflect on the sacrifices of those who have served and, although we cannot attend the Cenotaph this year, we will still remember them.
We know that our Members, veterans, their families and the nation will pause and reflect wherever they are at 11 am on November 11, to remember and honour the fallen.
Blesma is also supporting veterans with the Remembrance 11K, a nationwide virtual event commencing on Remembrance Sunday which will see us come together to commemorate, and to support those who came home injured.
Ours is an Association founded on a strong sense of community. In this period of Remembrance, and during the pandemic, this fellowship is more important to us than ever.
Blesma Members across our community also continue to give back through these difficult times by volunteering, fund-raising and passing on their experience to help young people and first responders build resilience as a part of Making Generation R.