STAND TO Project – Latest Veterans MESS Meeting dates announced for Buxton, Chesterfield, Glossop and Swadlincote

Posted on: 15 Feb 2024

Our Partners at the STAND TO project are hosting monthly Mutual Ex Services Support (MESS) meetings for Veterans in Derbyshire to come together for 'a brew and chat'.  We've detailed the dates, times and locations below, and if you would like more information, you can call the Veterans information point on 01246 959 333.

For future dates you can also check the website –



When? -

Thursday, 7th March 2024

Time - 1000 to 1200 hrs

Where? – St Anne’s Parish Centre, Hardwick Square West, Buxton, SK17 6PX



When? –

Wednesday, 6th March 2024

Time – 1300 to 1500 hrs

Where? – Chesterfield Fire Station, Spire Walk Business Park, Braidwood Way, S40 2WH



When? –

Tuesday, 5th March 2024

Time – 1000 to 1200 hrs

Where? – Bradbury Community House, Market Street, Glossop, SK13 8AR



When? –

Thursday, 21st March 2024

1200 to 1400 hrs

Where? - Swadlincote Fire Station, Community Room, Civic Way, Swadlincote, DE11 0AE


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