Flight Sergeant Tim Pidoux raises £5,000 for blind veterans

21 November 2013 11:40

Tim Pidoux donates all profits from his business to charity and Blind Veterans UK are delighted to be a beneficiary of his generosity

Flight Sergeant Tim Pidoux, a Serving member of the RAF has been court mounting military medals and set up his business tfp Court Mounting in 2011. In doing so he has raised £15,000 for military charities, Help for Heroes and The Royal Air Force Association (RAFA).

At present, all the money that Tim makes goes to charity and since March this year Tim has been raising funds for Blind Veterans UK by continuing to mount medals for personnel from all three of the Services as well as many retired personnel and has now accrued a further £5,000 of funds which has been donated to Blind Veterans UK.

Tim is currently based at Royal Air Force Wittering in Cambridgeshire and is due to retire after 32 years' of Service this December. It was an honour for blind veteran Clive Huntingford, who also Served in the Royal Navy to accept the cheque from Tim at Royal Air Force Wittering in the Warrant Officers' and Sergeants' Mess. Also in attendance was Tim's Squadron Commander, Squadron Leader Clare Jennings, Flight Commander, Flying Officer Nick Clark and Officer Commanding RAF Wittering, Group Captain Damian Alexander.

Along with collecting the cheque from Tim, this year Clive Huntingford  is in training for the Blind Veterans UK 100k walk taking place on 21-22 June 2014! Places are still available and you can join Clive by applying for your place. This is the only 100k London to Brighton walk which you can do in support of blind veterans.
Thank you to Tim for choosing to support Blind Veterans UK.