Proud supporters of the Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre

2018 will mark the realisation of the 6th Duke of Westminster’s initiative to create a Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre (DNRC) which will become one of the world’s best clinical rehabilitation centres for people with trauma injuries.

Watch this short film to find out more about the initiative.

With its state-of-the art facilities, it will be the 21st century successor to Headley Court in Surrey, which has fulfilled this role since opening 70 years ago, and will provide the best possible care for members of the armed forces who are injured on operations or in training.

The Defence facility at what will be known as the Stanford Hall Rehabilitation Estate, near Loughborough, is nearing completion. It will be operated by the Ministry of Defence, but there is also the opportunity to change the way in which clinical rehabilitation from trauma injury is made available to civilians — creating, on the same site, the first ever specialist facility open to the public.