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Calling all ‘super mums and dads’ in the serving Royal Navy and Royal Marines community! Childcare policies are now being reviewed. If you have 10 minutes your feedback can make all the difference.

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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 Winter edition of Homeport. In this edition, you will find:

  • Honest accounts of Navy life – Columns by Olive Oyl and Marina
  • All bonnie at Clyde? – Future Accommodation Model (FAM) update
  • Road work – Behind the scene of Forces Families Jobs (FFJ) regional launch events
  • Home truths – Interview with Amey-Defence MD
  • In confidence – Barclays employment support for RN/RM spouses
  • Tempting reader offers
  • 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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Forces Families Jobs

For jobs. For training. For success.

Are you looking for a new job? Are you ready for a change in career? Forces Families Jobs (FFJ) is here to help. FFJ is the go-to place for training and employment for family members of current serving UK Armed Forces personnel. Visit ForcesFamiliesJobs.co.uk and get started.

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