The Garrison Project

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A massive thank you to the continued invaluable support from Rivo's Hub in making this project to help our veterans possible. Check them out on Facebook, Instagram and do come and visit them for some top-notch coffee, scrumptious food and a whole load of classic car, motorbike and Americana memorabilia. 

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We are excited to announce that Sovereign Housing have match funded our recent Aviva project for the sum of £3,500 to be spent on our Garrison Project which is taking place at Rivo's Hub where our own HQ office and storage are located.

If anyone who has served in HM Armed Forces wishes to have hands on experience in motor mechanics and live in Dorset, then get in touch at

This project will offer so much more and it is all about bringing like minded people together to prevent isolation and loneliness. Thank you.

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15th December '21

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30th November '21


We want to say a huge thank you to DS Electrical Contractors who kindly carried out all the electrical wiring that needed to be completed for the new vehicle lift.  

We would also like to thank Draper Tools who not only gave us a donation of £500 towards this project but have also sold us everything else we require at cost with discount as well. 


"The generosity of so many people is awesome and it's great to see The Garrison Project being recognised by major corporate companies who are now coming on board to help our country's veterans. None of this would be possible either without the continued support of Rivo's Hub, Richie and Laura." ~ David

23rd November '21


A brand new car ramp and 4T lift is currently being installed at The Garrison Project. Exciting times ahead in phase two of this project which will help so many veterans who are lonely, isolated, unemployed with no qualifications. That is why this project is so important.

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27th October '21

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Note: No public donations were used for this project. This has been fully funded by grants, corporate sponsorship and support from local and national businesses.