MOLE VALLEY VETERANS' HUB WELCOMES YOU
The Mole Valley Veterans' Hub offers support and friendship to Veterans and their families throughout Mole Valley. We run activities throughout the year, as well as a monthly drop-in Hub. Our aim is to ensure that no Veteran ever feels alone.
WHO WE ARE
The Mole Valley Veterans' Hub is run by Veterans, for Veterans, all on a voluntary basis. The Hub was set up in 2020, with support from Surrey County Council, initially aimed at running a monthly drop-in meeting. Since its launch, the objectives of the Hub have expanded and with grant funding from Mole Valley District Council we now offer monthly 'walk and talk' sessions, and other trips / excursions throughout the year.
WHAT WE DO
The Mole Valley Veterans' Hub is a voluntary, community organisation aimed at preventing social isolation amongst Veterans and signposting to other services, such as financial advice and mental health support. We offer a friendly welcome to all Veterans and their families living or working in Mole Valley.
The Mole Valley Veterans' Hub has been funded by grants from Surrey County Council and Mole Valley District Council, but also raises funds through the Mole Valley Community Lottery - please support us if you can: https://www.molevalleylottery.co.uk/
MONTHLY HUB MEETINGS
Monthly meetings take place on the last Friday of every month at the Leg of Mutton and Cauliflower Pub in Ashtead from 12:30 - 14:30. Please join us for refreshments, support and a friendly welcome.
In addition to the monthly Hub meetings, we aim to offer regular walking activities, trips to military museums and family events throughout the year. Please contact us for details of upcoming events.