Every Help For Heroes special issue features a covermounted wristband, urging readers to wear the charity’s official band and show their support.

The Field editor Jonathan Young says: “We’re proud to be associated with Help For Heroes, such a brilliant charity.”

The links between Help For Heroes and The Field are strong. H4H was founded by Bryn Parry, a freelance cartoonist specialising in shooting who used to work for the magazine. And Lieutenant-General Barney White-Spunner, who was commander of British forces in Iraq, was for several years The Field’s hunting correspondent. He authors the issue’s introductory comment page in support of H4H and other services charities.

The issue also includes an interview with H4H founder Bryn Parry; a four-page feature on the work for Help For Heroes by Brigadier David Edelsten (Rtd); a two-page feature on the work of dogs in current military conflicts, and items for sale on The Field’s New Products pages from The Field’s advertisers who will give a percentage of profit to Help For Heroes. In addition, display and classified advertisers will be making a donation from sales.

The cover of the special issue shows Lance Corporal Wayne Dolecki and “Duke” – the dog of 102 Military Working Dogs Support Unit on Camp Bastion, Helmand Province Afghanistan.

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