The Victory Services Club - Serving Those Who Served...

Jun 15, 2010, 03:00 ET from Victory Services Club

LONDON, June 15, /PRNewswire/ --Here at the Victory Services Club we are excited to announce our latest competition aimed at families in the military community.

Now the children of the armed forces community have their chance to portray their experience of military life by letting their imaginations come alive on paper.

Drawing their experience of what life is like in the armed forces community could win them a fantastic all expenses paid break for up to six members of the family in London.

The VSC will provide the accommodation, organise fabulous days out and all train fares will be sponsored by – all thanks to the scribble happy unsung heroes of the military family. It's their chance to say thanks to their heroes.

Whatever their age we'd love to see their views of military life through their natural creative flair.

For all the support we've given and all the support that has been received, there's one group of people who support the armed forces community unconditionally; children of the armed forces community.

We think it's time the children were saluted too for all the love and support they give for all the bravery, devotion and loyalty their loved ones have given.

Here at the Victory Services Club we have a proud history of serving members of the armed forces in the UK. For over a hundred years we have been there for Veterans, old and young; those currently serving in the armed forces and their families, and have provided a home from home.

The competition will run until 30 September 2010.

More information can be found at


For further information on the Victory Services Club or images please contact Jill Quick on tel: 020 7616 8340 email:

Victory Services Club, 63-79 Seymour Street London W2 2HF

About VSC

The Victory Services Club (VSC) is a prestigious Private Members Club for retired and serving members of the Armed Forces, located at Marble Arch in the heart of London's West End, a two-minute walk from Oxford Street.

The Club was founded in 1907 to promote "esprit de corps" among retired Armed Forces of ALL Ranks by providing accommodation and support to needy servicemen and their families. It amended its charter in 1970 to include serving members of the Armed Forces and their families.

Since its formation, the Club has attracted many famous Patrons including General Eisenhower, Field-Marshal Earl Alexander of Tunis and Field-Marshal The Viscount Montgomery of Alamein. In 1957, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh became the Patron-in-Chief, and remains so to this day. With around 29,750 members, the VSC has the largest membership of any Military Club in the country.

About is a growing online community of active, retired and prospective soldiers and sailors. Providing an online social networking community offering careers advice, resettlement information and helpful comments from fellow military and naval members.

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