Meet The Team

  • P J Hubbard OBE, DL

Phil was born in Canterbury and joined the Army (RAMC) in December 1970 as a soldier reaching the rank of Warrant Officer Class One in April 1985. He was commissioned in April 1987 (RAMC) with his first appointment as a Platoon Commander at The Princess Marina College, Aborfield.

He enjoyed a varied military career being employed at Regimental duty and on the Staff throughout his 21 years of commissioned service. Phil completed his service as the Commanding Officer of
203 (Welsh) Field Hospital in August 2008.

During his service Phil served in the Falkland Islands (1982), the Balkans, Iraq, Afghanistan, Germany, Belize and South Africa.

In 2009 Phil was appointed as a Deputy lord Lieutenant for Mid Glamorgan and awarded the OBE in the New Years Honours List 2009.

Since retiring Phil has served as a Col Comdt RAMC 2009 – 2016. He is currently chairman of the Museum of Military Medicine Board of Trustees, a Volunteer Director of Ops for the Welsh Veterans Partnership and Chair of RCT District Scouts Executive Committee.

Phil is a self employed Health Consultant living in Wales with his wife Rosy and 17 year old daughter Charlotte, and 2 adult sons.

  • David Price.

David Price is the Co founder and Coordinator of the Welsh Veterans Partnership. From Cardiff he served in HM Forces The Welsh Guards and other units from 1978 until his Medical Discharge In 1994.

He has worked in Partnership in Wales to raise awareness of gaps in service for Armed Forces Service Leavers, their Families and Veterans .  In the past these gaps have led to poor transition, the lack of support and wellbeing for the veteran and their family because of Housing pathways, allocation of housing, leading to all sorts of problems in the future. Dave has and continues to work in Partnership with local Authorities ,Welsh government , Military Charities Third sector to the spirit of the Military Covenant in wales .

He and the Welsh Veterans Partnership look forward to Developing New Partnerships, sustainable housing pathways and model ‘s of working with Service Families, Veterans in Wales . A definite commitment to development of good practice model for Service Leavers ,Veterans UKWide .





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