Since the end of the Great War the Royal British Legion Industries in Kent has been employing former service personnel to manufacture a range of products.
The aim is to help injured soldiers with their long-term recovery - after their military career is over. Profits go towards helping those who find it hard to re-enter civilian life - and the enterprise has now re-branded itself to reflect the values behind its work. Derek Johnson reports.
A college in Kent has signed up to a new scheme to help people off get off benefits and back to work.
K college is targeting what some say could become the 'lost generation', as long term youth unemployment continues to rise.
The institution will offer courses to long-term unemployed young people, in association with the Royal British Legion which works with people who have been unable to find a job for more than a year. Sarah Saunders reports.