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Various individuals and companies have approached The Rifles and offered to donate a portion of their profits from the sale of their products to the Care for Casualties appeal.  In response to this we have developed this "Offers" section to the C4C website.  Whilst C4C may receive donations based on sales by the producers or vendors advertised on this site, C4C does not recommend, warrant or endorse any of these products advertised and acts as an introducer only.  Purchasers acquiring any such products will do so entirely at their own risk.  With that understanding, we are very grateful for the offers made, however, the decision to purchase any of the items should in no way be influenced by the fact that C4C has made this introduction.



HAMPERS AND GIFTS FROM WEETONS FOOD HALL 

A true food lovers destination, widely known as one of the best butchers in Britain, one of the UK’s “most stylish” delicatessens and, according to The Express Newspaper, “among the top 100 shops in the world” Weetons offers an outstanding range of premium food products. Weetons are delighted to join The Rifles in support of Care for Casualties and are offering a 10% discount on all purchases and a further 10% of customer spend donated to Care for Casualties when you use the DISCOUNT CODE C4C.

WEETONS will deliver throughout the UK and offers an international delivery service too so why not treat your friends and loved ones serving and living abroad?

Click here to visit the WEETONS Hampers and Gifts https://www.weetons.com/our-store/gifts-and-hampers/hampers/

* Notwithstanding that C4C may receive donations based on sales by the producers or vendors advertised on this site C4C does not recommend, warrant or endorse any of the products advertised and purchasers acquiring any such products will do so entirely at their own risk.



A Battle Too Far – a true story of mutiny at the end of WW2. 

Half the royalties from the sale of this book have kindly been donated to Care for Casualties.

For more information and to order this book, please go to:  http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/A-Battle-Too-Far/p/6025/


* Notwithstanding that C4C may receive donations based on sales by the producers or vendors advertised on this site C4C does not recommend, warrant or endorse any of the products advertised and purchasers acquiring any such products will do so entirely at their own risk.



Rifles’ Officer Caricature, Limited Edition signed and numbered print.

£50 each with £5 being donated by the artist to Care for Casualties.  This print is sold unmounted with an overall dimension of 8.5” x 16”.  The picture area measures 6” x11”.  The edition is limited to 350 copies with each print individually signed and numbered by Alix Baker, the artist.  To order, please visit Alix’s website:  www.alixbaker.com


* Notwithstanding that C4C may receive donations based on sales by the producers or vendors advertised on this site C4C does not recommend, warrant or endorse any of the products advertised and purchasers acquiring any such products will do so entirely at their own risk.



A Royal Christmas, by Jeremy Archer

This Christmas pudding of a book reveals the many ways in which our Royal Family have celebrated Christmas through the ages.  It covers such topics as Christmas and Conflict in the 20th Century, Christmas pastimes, festive feasts, Christmas and the Commonwealth and many more to show how the Royal Family have influenced how Christmas is celebrated in Great Britain and across the Commonwealth.  Jeremy Archer, a trustee of The Rifles and ex-Devon and Dorset has delved into the Royal Archives to uncover the personal thoughts of many members of the Royal Family during the Christmas period.

The cost is £16 each (incl postage and packing), £5 of which will be donated to Care for Casualties.  To order this wonderful insight into Christmas and The Royal Family, please email Olivia Bays at Elliott & Thompson, publishers, (olivia@eandtbooks.com) with your address details. Please mention Care for Casualties to ensure that  we receive the donation.

* Notwithstanding that C4C may receive donations based on sales by the producers or vendors advertised on this site C4C does not recommend, warrant or endorse any of the products advertised and purchasers acquiring any such products will do so entirely at their own risk.


www.squaddyonline.com

A website which was started by Jeff Chittleburgh who served with the Third Battalion, The Royal Green Jackets, with a view to supporting Riflemen in need of today.  10% of all sales is being donated to Care for Casualties.


* Notwithstanding that C4C may receive donations based on sales by the producers or vendors advertised on this site C4C does not recommend, warrant or endorse any of the products advertised and purchasers acquiring any such products will do so entirely at their own risk.


Greetings Cards £1 each

Artist and Rifles wife, Harriet Salt, has designed a set of cards which she is selling with all profits going to Care for Casualties.  These beautiful cards can be bought for £1 each from which 50p will go towards covering the cost of the card production and 50p going to C4C. 

To place your order please email Harriet directly: harrysalt@hotmail.com



* Notwithstanding that C4C may receive donations based on sales by the producers or vendors advertised on this site C4C does not recommend, warrant or endorse any of the products advertised and purchasers acquiring any such products will do so entirely at their own risk.


A Summer in Antarctica.

John Jones, ex 3RGJ, was selected to take part in the British Antarctic Survey, and was based at Rothera Station, Adelaide Island, Antarctica (67 degrees South, 68 degrees West, for the summer of 1994/1995.  During that time John kept a diary and out of that and the photos he took during his time there and his trip from The Falklands, this book has emerged.  John’s book is available through www.amazon.co.uk or www.authorhouse.co.uk and he is donating a percentage of the profits to Care for Casualties.



* Notwithstanding that C4C may receive donations based on sales by the producers or vendors advertised on this site C4C does not recommend, warrant or endorse any of the products advertised and purchasers acquiring any such products will do so entirely at their own risk.


Simone Madderson

Simone Madderson creates pictures and cards, either from existing stock or personalised to order, using her character "Beat" as seen in this sample.  Simone will make a 20% donation to Care for Casualties for every card / picture sold.  Please visit her Just Giving Page  for more information and also her facebook page
to get in touch and for more information.





* Notwithstanding that C4C may receive donations based on sales by the producers or vendors advertised on this site C4C does not recommend, warrant or endorse any of the products advertised and purchasers acquiring any such products will do so entirely at their own risk.


THE SHOOT CAPTAIN’S CASE
2011/12

All you need for your shooting lunch.

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* Notwithstanding that C4C may receive donations based on sales by the producers or vendors advertised on this site C4C does not recommend, warrant or endorse any of the products advertised and purchasers acquiring any such products will do so entirely at their own risk.


MILITARY MUGS

TA Rifles Officer, Tristram Carter, has recently set up in business selling military mugs.  He tells us that his mugs are unique in that they are not the normal “cap badge” based design as he has teamed up with the military artist, Tim Reese, to produce mugs that depict figures dressed in the uniforms of a specific regiment or campaign.  The mugs are both colourful and, he promises, accurate in their representation of a Regiment or campaign.

Tristram sells the mugs through his shop, QM’s Locker, on Ebay and they retail at £6.95 each.  However, if you contact him direct and mention Care for Casualties, he will give a donation of £1 from the sales price to the appeal.  You can contact Tristram by email at qmslocker@hotmail.co.uk.

To check out his range of mugs you can access his Ebay shop through this link:  http://stores.ebay.co.uk/gmslocker. Keep checking out the store as Tristram will be adding new mugs at regular intervals.




* Notwithstanding that C4C may receive donations based on sales by the producers or vendors advertised on this site C4C does not recommend, warrant or endorse any of the products advertised and purchasers acquiring any such products will do so entirely at their own risk.


 




Suraid and Care for Casualties have formed a partnership that will donate 6% of your monthly home insurance premium to Care for Casualties.

Suraid will donate 6% of your monthly premium to Care for Casualties each and every month the policy continues. The donation is made within 14 days of the commission being paid to Suraid by insurers.

Your home insurance will be arranged with one of the leading UK insurers, Aviva, Allianz, RSA, Aegis, Lloyd's, and Ecclesiastical.



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* Notwithstanding that C4C may receive donations based on sales by the producers or vendors advertised on this site C4C does not recommend, warrant or endorse any of the products advertised and purchasers acquiring any such products will do so entirely at their own risk.


Alan Maier's War - Letters Home 1941-1945

Edited bt John Bendit

Alan Maier joined the King's Royal Rifle Corps in August 1941, fresh from school, and was commissioned eight months later into The Rifle Brigade. He was severely wounded in North Africa, where he spent seven months in hospital, and then joined the 2nd Battalion The Rifle Brigade. He took part in the magnificent disaster at Tossignano, Italy, where he was captured, and spent the last five months of the war in a POW camp in Germany.

In these lively and affectionate letters home to his mother and father he describes, with touching enthusiasm, army life and his new world. The reader can follow the gradual development of his personality as his initial naivety gives way to increasing maturity and reflection.

Profits from the sale of this book will be given to Care for Casualties.

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* Notwithstanding that C4C may receive donations based on sales by the producers or vendors advertised on this site C4C does not recommend, warrant or endorse any of the products advertised and purchasers acquiring any such products will do so entirely at their own risk.

Perry Jansen Chapman Sculptures

Former Rifleman, sculptor and member of the 'Army Arts Society'; Perry Chapman has created a collection of limited edition sculptures celebrating 'The Rifles' and it's antecedent regiments. As he has dedicated them in memory of his brother; Cpl Shaun (Canada) Chapman 2nd Bn 2RGJ, he has pledged a percentage of the profits from sales towards the Care for Casualties Campaign.

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* Notwithstanding that C4C may receive donations based on sales by the producers or vendors advertised on this site C4C does not recommend, warrant or endorse any of the products advertised and purchasers acquiring any such products will do so entirely at their own risk.



10% of sales of sweet hamper for deployed troops to be donated to Care for Casualties Appeal

BRITISH troops on the frontline in Afghanistan will be given a sugar-coated surprise in the coming months thanks to a new North East business with a sweet tooth.

Budding entrepreneur Sarah McDougal has launched County Durham-based Choc n Floss, which supplies candy floss, sweets and chocolate fountains to celebrate special occasions such as weddings and birthdays.

The company has also devised a special ‘HM Forces’ version of the hamper with minimal packaging and maximum sweet content to allow people to purchase treats to send to their loved ones, costing £20, of which £2 will go to The Rifles Care for Casualties Appeal.  See the Choc n Floss website, www.chocnfloss.co.uk, or contact Sarah at info@chocnfloss.co.uk for more information.

* Notwithstanding that C4C may receive donations based on sales by the producers or vendors advertised on this site C4C does not recommend, warrant or endorse any of the products advertised and purchasers acquiring any such products will do so entirely at their own risk.



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