Who are we?

Mal Robinson

Editor in Chief

Former Military Resettlement Publication (Pathfinder International) editor and RAF Veteran. Mal served 9 years with the RAF, before working in Afghanistan and Sierra Leon, earning the Ebola Medal for his efforts in the pandemic. Mal is also former Editor-in-Chief for Media73 and former Sports Editor for The Chronicle, Sunday Sun and The Journal newspapers.

Mark Hill MBE


Army Veteran, Mark currently is a community champion for Catterick, running the Veterans iHub, delivering Service Leavers ‘Lived Experience’ workshops on Camp and is a highly respected figure within the local Garrison town. Awarded an MBE for services to the community and two Operational Commendations for Distinguished Service in support of Operations, and for Exceptionally Valuable Service whilst on Operations.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide unwavering support and valuable information to Service Leavers embarking on the journey beyond their Military careers. Comprising a dedicated team of Veterans who have walked the same path, we intimately understand the challenges associated with the resettlement process, the transition journey, and life beyond the Military. 

We are excited to share some fantastic news with you! RESHAPE Media Ltd is supporting Catterick Garrison’s Veterans iHub creating a monthly magazine aimed at inspiring, informing, and providing advice to our incredible Armed Forces community.  Through this initiative, we hope to shed light on the stories, achievements, and challenges of our Service Leavers, Veterans, Reservists and families while offering valuable insights and guidance.  The magazine will cover a wide range of topics, including personal narratives, career transitions, health and wellness, educational and training opportunities, jobs and careers to hearing from Armed Forces supportive employers and highlighting resources relevant to our Armed Forces community.  By delivering this content on a monthly basis, we aim to foster a sense of community and support among our forces community in Catterick Garrison and beyond.  We believe that sharing these stories and information can be a powerful way to inspire and connect with each other.  We’re thrilled to be a part of this effort and are committed to making a positive impact on the lives of our Armed Forces community.  If you have any questions or suggestions on how we can make this initiative even more meaningful, feel free to reach out.  Stay tuned for the first issue, and let’s make a difference together!

Talk to us

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