HRH Conflict Research Centre - Scar Free

Photos taken from HRH The Duke of Sussex for visiting the new Scar Free Foundation Conflict Centre where cutting edge treatments are being developed. 

Meeting CASEVAC veterans involved in a groundbreaking psychological study  

“The Scar Free Foundation Centre for Conflict Wound Research is a ground-breaking national facility that marks a vital step in achieving the charity’s goal of achieving scar free healing within a generation. The opening was featured across local and national media, highlights of which are available here.
The new world-class centre has the potential to improve the lives of the estimated 4.5 million people in the UK who currently live with a physical scar which affects their wellbeing. Scarring has a particularly significant long-term impact on survivors of conflict and terrorist attack, with more than 6,000 members of the British armed forces having been seriously injured or scarred in recent conflicts.”

Photos: James Allan

Julies Bicycle // Creative Green Awards 2018

Julies Bicycle // Creative Green Awards 2018 // The Roundhouse

Sponsers: Good Energy, Seacourt, First Mile, The Roundhouse


Outstanding achievement - Festival Republic

Highest achievement for commitment - Shambala

Highest achievement for understanding - Universal Music (offices)

Highest achievement for improvement - Glyndebourne 

Best Festival - Reading and Leeds Festivals

Best Museum and Gallery - Discovery Museum

Best Cultural Venue - Young Vic

Best Creative Programming - V&A

Best Campaign - Lyric Hammersmith

Best Creative Group - Curzon  

Best Newcomer - Siamsa Tire 

Creative Green Pioneer - New Adventures 

Green champions - Jordan Bedding - Curzon, Vikki Chapman - Festival Republic, Jackie Bland - Tyne & Wear Archives and Museums, Paul Josefowski - National Theatre

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