Leaving on an RAF Plane

It’s with a heavy heart we say goodbye to Nikki Fraser-Jones, our sales executive, as she jets off with her husband Tim to RAF Akrotiri.


Good Luck Nikki!

Nikki has been with Spatial Global for 5 years and made a real impact within the Mail team, bringing in hundreds of magazine titles to be distributed throughout the UK and across the globe. As the wife of a serving RAF Warrant Officer when the posting in Cyprus was offered, a new life in the sun was too good to turn down.

I’ve mixed feelings as it’s been great working at Spatial Global but the Cyprus opportunity was just too good to turn down. Thanks to all the people who I’ve got to know through my work at Spatial Global, it’s been a great experience.




Former LWRO, Nikki is no stranger to the military having served 8 years in the Royal Navy.

Joining the Royal Navy in 1988, Nikki served as a Leading Wren Operator with operational stints at HMS Raleigh, HMS Mercury, RNAS Yeovilton and Whitehall. Nikki’s last posting was at Northwood where she met Tim before leaving the forces in 1996.


Nikki will be missed by AgeUK too - in her role as 'Forces Friends' volunteer

As a volunteer for AgeUK, Nikki was put forward to pioneer a new initiative, 'Forces Friends’ because of her military background. Forces Friends had arisen as a result of AgeUK joining forces with the MoD and SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, to help veterans born before 1950 and their families and carers. Nikki was selected and paired with Tom, a 99 year old Second World War veteran. Nikki visits Tom once a week for a few hours to combat his loneliness. They chat about everything from the war to what’s on TV, to the weather and any local gossip…all whilst eating cake and drinking tea!


As a result of this Nikki featured in the BBC’s 2017 Festival of Remembrance

The BBC approached AgeUK as they wanted to do a piece for the British Legion for the Festival of Remembrance, and the team at AgeUK put them in touch with Nikki. The film was to encourage more like minded people, forces, ex-forces and civilians to volunteer for AgeUK to combat loneliness in our community.

I’ll miss my life in the UK but I’m excited at the new adventures which lie ahead -γεια!

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