The 11th Armed Forces & Veterans Expo takes place on Friday June 23 at Home Park, Plymouth.

The event starts at 0930 through to 1230 and people can arrive at anytime in between.

The expo is sponsored by Princess Yachts and will be opened by Veterans Minister – Johnny Mercer.

ANYONE from the forces community is welcome to attend from serving personnel to veterans to spouses and partners. Registration can be completed by searching Armed Forces Expo Plymouth on Eventbrite and adding your name, or see the links below.

As well as an array of exhibitors offering advice and opportunities from BAE Systems to Forces Pension Society, there is also a chance to win with Alma Law.

Anyone who visits the Alma Law stand and enters their raffle could be in line to win a meal for two at the Hook & Line restaurant in Plymouth – a prestigious eaterie in the city which also pays homage to Plymouth’s Naval roots with its own Rum Bar inside.


Alma Law 

Alma Law has a unique and unrivalled expertise in military accident, war pension and AFCS claims.
We are led by Grant Evatt, a veteran of 29 Commando Regiment in Plymouth, who in a twenty-year career as a solicitor, has
excelled to become an authority in this complex area of law:
“I have represented hundreds of injured troops, veterans and too many grieving families. It has been an honour and a privilege to serve them.”
We also provide tribunal representation for veterans on behalf of the Royal British Legion and were one of the first law firms to
sign the Armed Forces Covenant.
All military personnel and veterans, uncertain of their legal rights, are urged to contact us for confidential, no obligation advice.