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Homeport magazine

The magazine of the Naval Families Federation.

We are excited to present to our Royal Navy & Royal Marines families the Autumn edition of Homeport. In this edition, you will find:

    • Special guest – a kind-hearted Naval trainee engineers a family reunion for his oppo
    • See Lourdes – a Naval pilgrimage to French shrine
    • Mews bulletin – home from home expanded
    • Keeping you up-to-the-minute with the exciting new Tri-Service employment and training platform – Forces Families Jobs
    • The facts about Service Pupil Premium
    • Who’s the governor? – schools seek volunteers
    • And MUCH more!
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The Effect of Non-Operational Family Separations on Family Functioning and Well-being among Royal Navy/Royal Marines Families

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The Experience of Parental Absence

The Experience of Parental Absence in Royal Navy & Royal Marines Families

A guide for parents & adults supporting children & young people

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