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  • Heathrow hub hike

    Andy Sayers is a Chief Technician in the RAF. Andy is planning a hike from Heathrow to Brize Norton, to raise money for charity. Andy tells us more in this blog.

  • A man on a fundraising mission

    Mark Gooding is undertaking fundraising events to raise over £115,500 for the RAF Benevolent Fund and the Anthony Nolan Trust. Here Mark tells us why.

  • First Valentine's Day together

    Bethan, recently married her RAF sweetheart and this year they will be celebrating their first Valentine’s Day together. They decided to support the Fund whilst celebrating their big day. Here she tells us why...

  • First Valentine's Day apart

    This Valentines many couples will have to spend it apart,as their other half will be away on tour. Here Kelly, who is currently based at RAF Lossiemouth, tells us about her first Valentine's without her hubby...

  • Airplay: giving a voice to the voiceless

    Helen is based in Lossiemouth and married to Corporal Bunker who is currently part of the Expeditionary Air Wing and is regularly away from home. Here Helen tells us how Airplay has helped her family.

  • Midnight Mayhem at RAF Lossie

    This week the Overly Dramatic! Drama Club from Airplay Lossie took to the stage to perform their very own Pantomime. Sarah Riley-Evans, tells us more.

  • Three marathons in a row

    Adam Keen is running three marathons in four days in memory of Ryan Tomlin, who died in Afghanistan. Adam tells us more in this blog.

  • Royal visit

    HRH The Duke of Kent recently visited the RAF Benevolent Fund’s head office in London to meet staff, trustees, beneficiaries and ambassadors.

  • Fundraising at Lossiemouth

    Up in the far north of Scotland, at the RAF's most northerly base, a few friends got together and decided that they needed to make a difference. Karen Cox tells us more.

  • Sad loss of Polish WWII pilot

    Sadly, World War II Polish pilot, Tony Rogers has passed away. Tony had an incredible life and flew Lancasters, Spitfires and Wellingtons during the War. In later life he became a keen supporter of the RAF Benevolent Fund.

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