Pathfinder International magazine editor, Mal Robinson was in Plymouth on Wednesday (April 5) to meet the events team at Plymouth Argyle FC, who will help coordinate the 11th Armed Forces & Veterans Expo taking place there on Friday June 23.

The day before the official Armed Forces Day proceedings take place down the road in Falmouth, Cornwall, (June 24) will see Pathfinder’s forces expo series reach Devon for the first time.

Editor, Mal was on hand for a tour of the facilities and a promotion of the event in the area.

Mal said, “the facilities at Home Park are first class and the fact they are once again holding major concerts at this venue is testament to the high standard on offer. Having been made very welcome and viewed the location of the Expo, I am now looking forward to seeing everyone in June.”

Register for the Armed Forces Expo Plymouth by clicking here. 

Can’t wait until then? Visit us at the Armed Forces Expo Newcastle on Thursday May 11th at St James’ Park by registering here. 

Pathfinder is also media partner/supporter for an array of events in April including the Scottish Veterans Awards in Edinburgh, the National Armed Forces & Emergency Services Event in Sunderland and the Gen Dit Network Event in Bristol. 

Pathfinder will also be present in Falmouth, Cornwall for the National Armed Forces Day Main Event.

Pictured: Group photo in front of Pendennis Castle in Falmouth for the Armed Forces Day Launch.
Members of the Armed Forces joined local communities across Cornwall today to mark 100 days to go until the Armed Forces Day national event, taking place in Falmouth on 24 June.
Amid the backdrop of Pendennis Castle, service personnel from across the Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Air Force raised the official Armed Forces Day flag, declaring the countdown as having officially started.
Adding to the celebrations, a Royal Navy Merlin helicopter hovered overhead to release an Armed Forces Day flag and soldiers from 24 Commando Regiment. The Royal Engineers abseiled down the castle walls unfurling a larger flag.