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Youth support

  • Life as an RAF mum

    Flight Lieutenant Janet Logan serves in the RAF at Lossiemouth and is proud mum to three children. In this blog for Mother's Day, Janet tells us about life as an RAF mum.

  • 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.

  • Airplay at Lossie

    Airplay is our project supporting young people on RAF stations. Yesterday we opened a new Airplay park at RAF Lossiemouth. Sarah Riley-Evans, from Airplay Lossie, tells us more.

  • New games area for RAF families opens at Lossiemouth

    A new state-of-the-art games area was launched at RAF Lossiemouth by one of its former Station Commanders, today.

  • Family life 'behind the wire'

    Airplay is our project that supports young people growing up on RAF stations. Some of these young people recently got together at a youth forum. Fiona, our press officer, tells us more in this blog.

  • Rockin at RAF Scampton

    We're here for the whole RAF family, and one of our projects, Airplay, supports young people growing up on RAF stations. One Airplay project is encouraging musical talent. 18 year old, Ryan, tells us more.

  • Airplay at Brize

    The RAF Benevolent Fund has just opened a brand new Airplay park at RAF Brize Norton as part of our commitment to young people on RAF stations. Sixteen year old Patrick Button, whose dad is serving in the RAF, tells us more in this blog.

  • Prime minister opens new play park for RAF children

    The Rt Hon David Cameron MP opened a new play park at RAF Brize Norton today, in Faulder Avenue, Carterton. Funded by the RAF Benevolent Fund, the play park has been built as a facility for the children of RAF families based at Brize Norton and will also be accessible to children living in the local area.

  • RAF kids get creative

    Airplay is the RAF Benevolent Fund's youth support programme that provides activities and facilities for young people growing up on RAF stations. Airplay at Coningsby has just completed a creative graffiti project.

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