Welcome to Bulldog Publishing

Bulldog Publishing Ltd established in 1995, with the sole purpose of providing forces leavers and serving personnel with up to date and accurate information on education, resettlement, and recruitment. Our market leading publications are well respected within the military community, and our readers play an active part in providing us with the feedback that keeps us at the forefront of military publishing.  

We are in a unique position to help advertisers reach this pro-active market through print, electronic and direct marketing techniques. Our in-depth military and civilian links, have enabled us to develop effective market research down to an individual level, which we can share with our advertisers to maximize their response.

Our office team consists of a mixture of Ex-Forces and civilian personnel, who have specific areas of expertise and knowledge.  Our combined knowledge and experience put Bulldog Publishing in the unique position of being a one stop solution for Armed Forces education, resettlement, and recruitment.

Advertising: Neil Rust
Advertising: John Bulmer
Accounts and Distribution: Martin Sells
E-mail: martin@questonline.co.uk 
Web Manager: Chris Hughes
Editor: Lynn Brown
Chairman: Peter J Threlfall
Managing Director: Bruce Hodge
Office Manager: Martin Sells


Welcome to Quest online, a leading informational website for serving personnel and Armed Forces leavers, covering Enhanced Learning Credits (ELC) and other funding options, higher education courses, training courses, careers, ex-military recruitment and transition support.


The live independent private school availability finder to search for the right independant private school place for your child. Use the form above to search the whole of the UK or by county. You can also search by gender, age or school term.


This is a good place to start if you are embarking on the search for a boarding school for your child. Our website covers all aspects of boarding education, including funding, selecting a school, academic success, co-curricular opportunities, schools that specialise in art, music or dance, schools for children with special educational needs and disabilities, and sixth-form choices. You will find information about the range of boarding school options – full, weekly, flexible – and the variety of schools – boys only, girls only and co-educational.


The Service Parents’ Guide to Boarding Schools aims at helping Armed Forces personnel choose a UK boarding school, using the Continuity of Education Allowance (CEA) available to them.

Not everybody wants to board, but the alternative of moving school with every change of posting seriously disrupts continuity of education. In contrast a boarding school can offer the prospect of longer term continuity and a stable environment providing more opportunities to develop all round potential.