Earlier this month, four Ugandan music and life-skills teachers from the charity Brass for Africa,…Read Article
The Corps of Army Music Trust was established in 1999 for the serving and retired members of the Royal Corps of Army Music (RCAM, previously CAMUS). It maintains the Corps’ identity and heritage and through membership provides fraternity, welfare and benevolent support to serving and retired Corps Trust members.
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In London they can be seen daily during the summer and every other day in the winter on public duties mounting the Queens and St James Guards from Wellington Barracks and the Windsor Castle Guard at Windsor Castle.
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Bdsm A joined the Army prior to the formation of CAMUS and left in 2004. The Bdsm continued to pay into the one-day’s-pay scheme after the Corps’ formation in 1994.
After a recent divorce the Bdsm found that he needed start his life again in his new council flat and needed many essential items including a bed, bedding, table and chairs, a cooker, a fridge and a kettle. He contacted his SSAFA Caseworker who identified his former regiments and approached them for financial support to provide the list of items he needed. CAMUS and the soldier’s other former regiment worked with the RBL to provide all the items he needed to get his life back on track and get on with his life.Get SupportBecome a Member