Reservists across the country will be wearing their Service uniforms to work with pride in celebration of the annual Uniform to Work Day today (Wednesday 25 June), in the run up to the sixth annual Armed Forces Day on Saturday 28 June.
Thousands of Reservists across the country - from gardeners to city workers - will hang up their usual work clothes and proudly don their Service uniforms to demonstrate the huge contribution that ordinary citizens can make to the Armed Forces. It also allows Reservists to show their employers how much they value the support they receive.
Uniform to Work Day is one of a series of events intended to raise awareness of Armed Forces Day and celebrates all of those who make up the UK Reservists Forces.
Stacy Muir, Care Centre Activity Co-ordinator is also a member of the Territorial Army and worked today in the Care Centre fully dressed in her uniform. Well done Stacy, we are very proud!