Jenny Green OBE is a trustee and vicepatron of the Armed Forces Memorial and former chairman of the War Widows Association of Great Britain.
What does WWA stand for?
WWA stands for War Widows Association (UK)
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MAY I via the letters page yet again thank the Michealides family, Homer and his son Anthony, for providing the War Widows association of Great Britain, Ex-Prisoner of War association and the ATS /WRAC association with a marvellous Christmas lunch which was enjoyed by all of the veterans able to attend?
At the going down of the sun And in the morning We will remember them * Hazel Williams Royal British Legion, War Widows Association, Burma Star Association VICTORIA ROGERS, Cardiff Story museum officer, said: "The memorial font was donated by Parkminster Church, whose committee agreed that it should be donated to The Cardiff Story as the museum would be better placed to display the font and tell Sydney's story.
The War Widows Association, which fights for the rights of bereaved wives, shares their concerns.
She marched with the War Widows Association and laid the wreath for all those killed on duty since 1945, whose names are to be engraved on the new Armed Forces Memorial.
Civic dignitaries from across Merseyside and Cheshire gathered at Liverpool Cathedral yesterday as the War Widows Association of Great Britain held a service to mark the 60th anniversary of the end of the war.
The six charities the site is donating to are The Royal British Legion, Ssafa, Army Benevolent Fund, Royal Air Forces Association, Royal Navy Association, War Widows Association of Great Britain.
Joy West of the War Widows Association of Great Britain said: "The scheme should be extended to allow at least the oldest child or only child of men killed in conflict to visit their father's grave.