Buy a T-shirt, help The Gurkha Welfare Trust

Baxterbear is TREEKLED to launch fundraising T-Shirts for The Gurkha Welfare Trust, via T-Shirt Booth. The T shirts are available in a wide range of colours and sizes, and can be customised with a photo of your choice. £2 from every sale goes to the charity. The Gurkha Welfare Trust is the leading Gurkha charity. They provide financial, medical and development aid to Gurkha veterans, their families and communities. If it wasn’t for the Gurkha’s there would be no Baxterbear, click here to read his story which includes being rescued by a Gurkha unit in Burma. Screen Shot 2015-09-02 at 15.56.39 Screen Shot 2015-09-02 at 15.56.51 Screen Shot 2015-09-02 at 15.57.05

Baxterbear in ‘ONCE WAS HUMAN’

Baxterbear and his 9 Philosophies were part of this amazing play first shown in Edinburgh at the Hidden Door Festival. About a Soldier returning with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. ONCE WAS HUMAN MARK POSTER pdf

Click here to download the .pdf document: Once was Human


Scott Goodman the Soldier in Hospital played by Mark Kydd with Baxterbear

Scott Goodman the Soldier in Hospital played by Mark Kydd with Baxterbear

Psychiatrist played by Danielle Farrow talking to Scott about Baxterbear’s Philosophies and his PTSD.

Psychiatrist played by Danielle Farrow talking to Scott about Baxterbear’s Philosophies and his PTSD.

Baxterbear outside Hidden Door Festival

Baxterbear outside Hidden Door Festival

Group Photo of Cool Crew and Joel Mason with Baxterbears

Group Photo of Cool Crew and Joel Mason with Baxterbears


Welcome to The World of Baxterbear, TREEKLED to meet you.

Welcome to The World of Baxterbear, TREEKLED to meet you. As Struan Robertson best life coach says I’m the most positive bear – I’m Baxterbear ! I love Shortbread ! Discover more about me and help you make a difference.

The British Military Tournament 2012

ABF Logo   all Venue: Earls Court One , London. 8th 9th Dec 2012 Baxterbear is TREEKLED to be The Official Mascot and performing in The British Military Tournament  for the 3rd year at  Earls Court,  London, 8th & 9th Dec 2012 The British Military Tournament is an unforgettable and breathtaking opportunity to marvel at the skill and precision of the British Armed Forces while showing appreciation for our heroic servicemen and women. Bringing together the best elements from the world-famous Royal Tournament into a dazzling 21st century arena production, this unmissable show is the largest display of military theatre anywhere in the world. The Tournament exists to raise much-needed funds to support the brave men and women of our Armed Forces, as well as their families.  By attending you are helping the three national charities of the British Armed Forces – The Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity, ABF The Soldiers’ Charity and The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund. They work together to be there for each and every member of our military family. To mark the Diamond Jubilee celebrations of 2012, this year’s British Military Tournament will celebrate the life and times of Her Majesty The Queen. Featuring all three Armed Forces of the Crown and a host of celebrity contributors, the show will start with the events of 1926 (the year of The Queen’s birth) and will tell the story of the ensuing years up to and including the current engagement in Afghanistan.   DJH_4127 DSC_4459 DSC_2653