IntroductionMORE ABOUT US
Veterans’ Garage is a unique approach to providing support to Military Veterans across the North West to have a stable social hub, to learn new skills, and receive the support and advice that is available to them.
Our aim is to build a hub for ex-servicemen and the local community to come together, creating a facility that can serve as a venue for unique events that can raise funds and awareness for local causes.
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Operation Veterans Garage
Our community project is to restore a Grade 2 listed WWII airport terminal building into a base for a classic car & motorcycle restoration garage. Supporting North West Veterans suffering from recent combat stress, the garage will also work to alleviate some of the loneliness and isolation of the older generation.
Why Cars & Motorcycles?
There is no better term for the world of Automotive enthusiasts than “community”. Traditionally automotive and aviation events have always brought people together, but the universal subject nature creates a diverse collective of people, of all ages, genders, races or religion that is unlike any other interest group.
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Welfare & Help
The offerings of the Veterans’ Garage will go beyond socialisation and companionship, as this is just one part of the reestablishment necessary for those who are ex-service to successfully reintegrate to civilian life
For Queen and Country .. Then What?
The North West Veterans NHS Mental Health Mapping research states:
(Wirral NHS studies 2012)
The Older Veterans
50% of the North West Military Veteran population is over the age of 60. The majority of this group served in WWII and National Service (until 1960)
We have also launched our Become a Friend page which is a unique approach to fundraising in that it allows you to leave a photo and personalised message of support along with your donation,
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In the inter-war years, the City of Manchester, in its quest to establish a municipal airport, chose the
Future Events………. Clearly we are a long way off from getting this place to where it needs to