Remembering D-Day and the Battle of Normandy

We Remember and Commemorate the Bravery and Sacrifice of those who landed on the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, June 6th 1944.

Robert Hardy (Grandad Bob) was 19 years old at the time; 100 years old this November. Bob is Garsons Titchfield Director Clare James’ Grandfather-in-law.

Bob recently revealed the harrowing experiences of combat and how they have left lasting and hidden scars on his psyche. For over Eight Decades, he accepted these as ‘part of the job’, silently bearing the burden of these traumatic memories.

Please join us in honouring the legacy of D-Day and supporting our Veterans. Your contributions can provide critical aid to the most deserving members of our society. Help those who have sacrificed so much.

Team Cheerfulness are dedicated to supporting these heroes, the Veterans Community, and those that carry the weight of hidden injuries. To raise awareness and funds for veterans' mental health, they are rowing 3,000 miles, unsupported, across the Atlantic Ocean. It symbolises the resilience and determination of our Veterans and our Emergency Services.

Garsons Titchfield is also delighted to be supporting Service Dogs UK as our 2024 Charity of the Year. Service Dogs UK trains rescue dogs to “those that serve, past and present”, supporting members of the armed forces and emergency services who have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

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