M4H awarded Bronze Employer Scheme

Models for Heroes have been awarded the Bronze award in the Employer recognition Scheme.

Having signed the Covenant in June last year we continue to promote being armed forces-friendly and are open to employing reservists, armed forces veterans (including the wounded, injured and sick), cadet instructors and military spouses/partners.

Combat Stress modelling sessions

Combat Stress is the UK's leading charity for veterans' mental health.  Models for Heroes run a modelling session once a month for the cohorts to experience the hobby, learn a few skills and enjoy the models we provide.  We also leave their art room's shelves full of models for the weeks to come.


Combat Stress gave us this quote:

"The activity of model making has numerous therapeutic benefits for the veterans at Combat Stress, aiding their well-being and recovery. This can include the lifting mood and lowering anxiety, alongside the promotion of relaxation, a relief from stress and improving concentration. Model making also provides a sense of continued achievement and confidence building, and it is new hobby that the veterans can easily implement at home."

We are really pleased the staff at combat Stress continue to value and facilitate the hobby and agree with us that scale modelling is benefical to well being of our bravest.

BBC Report on model making benefits

The BBC South Today reporter Ben Moore filmed a Models for Heroes modelling session at Tedworth House to find out how it is helping injured armed forces personnel.  Watch it here:

Providing for Help for Heroes in Souh Wales.

Models for Heroes provide the tools, kits and supplies for model making sessions in Treforest in Wales  The model making allows to exercise your focus, patience and social interaction.  Our volunteers are on hand to provide encouragement, advice and instruction on how to use the tools and supplies to get the best from your model.  For more info and to get in touch to sign up for these sessions click the link: