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Prince Charles is patron of the British Forces Foundation, so it was even more of an honour to be awarded it by him.
Prince Charles is patron of the British Forces Foundation so it was even more of an honour to be awarded by him.
The singer is also a trustee of the British Forces Foundation and towards the end of last year travelled with the organisation to Afghanistan to entertain troops.
Laurie - the man behind the Royal Variety Show - was awarded a star in recognition of his work as chairman of military charity the British Forces Foundation.
Held in an engineering tent at the camp's vehicle park, the night-time concert was organised by The British Forces Foundation (BFF) charity as part of a three-day tour visiting soldiers.
He also entertains British service personnel around the world and in 1999 he founded and became leader of The British Forces Foundation charity.
The handbag was among a number of highly prized items sold by amateur auctioneer and author Lord Archer to raise money for Combat Stress, the British Forces Foundation and Debra, a skin condition charity.
British Forces Foundation, mental health charity Combat Stress, and Debra, an