Youngsters at RAF Henlow are excited to be able to return to their youth group following restrictions due to COVID-19. Station youth worker Julia Purton gives her take on getting Airplay going again.
RAF Leeming recently reopened its Barrel & Bean facility following an extensive refurbishment. The project, which cost £330,000 in total, was supported by a grant of £150,000 from the Fund.
Since launching earlier this year, Airplay Connect has been a vital digital resource for all RAF young people and children to enjoy.
RAF College Cranwell recently reopened three play parks following an £80,000 refurbishment, funded by the RAF Benevolent Fund, the RAF's leading welfare charity.
The team behind an annual event at Broomhall House have won the title of Fundraising Team of the Year at the RAF Benevolent Fund’s annual awards.
Former Bomber Command pilot George Dunn has been honoured with a special award at the eighth annual RAF Benevolent Fund awards. The 98-year-old was given the Special Recognition Award in acknowledgement of his long-standing support for the RAF’s leading welfare charity.
Students from Bristol University Air Squadron (BUAS) have won the Royal Air Force Air Cadets/University Air Squadron of the Year title of the RAF Benevolent Fund’s annual awards.
The Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust has granted £158,500 for three months' of COVID-19 support for the RAF Family. The grant, awarded to the RAF Benevolent Fund, will help provide welfare services in support of serving and retired RAF personnel and their families.
RAF Odiham have been named the Station of the Year for the second year running at the eighth annual RAF Benevolent Fund awards.
RAF pilot Flight Lieutenant Tom Mountney has won the RAF Benevolent Fund’s Above and Beyond title at the charity’s eighth annual awards.