Earlier this month, Maria Gordon faced her fear of heights and climbed London's O2 arena in memory of her late father, Graham Handley.
Recently, the RAF Benevolent Fund and RAF Brize Norton were pleased to announce the official opening of a brand new play park in Halton Road, Carterton.
Seventy-five years ago this summer, a handful of burned airmen formed The Guinea Pig Club. Today, we remember and celebrate the service of the Guinea Pigs and their surgeon, Sir Archibald McIndoe.
At 11:00 am on 11 November 1918, the guns fell silent over Europe and the First World War – the war to end all wars - came to an end.
Last week, our Housing Trust received the AFF Award for Outstanding Contribution to Resettling Military Families at the Resettlement Awards 2016.
On 2 November, His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh unveiled a memorial to the Guinea Pig Club at the National Arboretum in Staffordshire.
Last month a group of RAF Benevolent Fund trustees travelled to RAF Valley as part of their programme to visit stations nationwide, to gain a fuller understanding of the needs of serving personnel in an ever changing environment.
Once again the RAF Football Association Festival of Football hit town, attracting 33 teams from 29 establishments, each battling it out for the Cup Competition and the Plate Competition.
For Mina Tilt, of Birmingham, life has been full of adventures alongside tragedies that will stay with her forever.
The idea was simple: flip a 275lb tractor tyre eight miles around RAF Northolt airfield within six hours, with an aim to raise £1,000 for the RAF Benevolent Fund.