ONE of Britain’s most loved attractions, Drayton Manor Park, has officially signed the Armed Forces Covenant.
By doing so, Drayton Manor has now promised the nation that those who serve or have served, along with their families, are treated fairly.
The covenant, which was co-signed by Drayton Manor Park’s Company Director, George Bryan, and Colonel Richard Maybery, supports serving personnel, reservists, Cadet Force adult volunteers, service leavers and veterans.
Colonel Richard Maybery QGM, Deputy Commander at 11th Signal and West Midlands Brigade, said: “I was delighted to sign the Armed Forces Covenant with Drayton Manor Park. The attraction is committed to supporting reservists and Cadet Force adult volunteers as well as employing veterans.
“In addition, it offers all armed forces personnel a really great deal. I very much look forward to working with the park to our mutual benefit over the next several years.”
George Bryan added: “It was an honour to sign the covenant and officially announce our partnership with the Armed Forces. Here at Drayton Manor Park we are so grateful to everyone who has fought for our country, which is why we offer free entry to both serving and non-serving members of the military”.
If your organisation would like to find out more about the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme or how the Armed Forces Covenant could benefit your business please contact Siamha Butt, Regional Employer Engagement Director at the West Midland Reserve Forces & Cadets Association on or 0121 427 5221 ext. 242.