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  • Ben Club kicks off at RAF High Wycombe
    Ben Club opens its doors to excited youngsters

    The first Ben Club opened its doors last week at RAF High Wycombe.

  • Airplay take to the stage at RAF Lossiemouth
    Airplay climbs to new heights with Jack and the Beanstalk

    Youngsters tread the boards of RAF Lossiemouth's Airplay stage, welcoming friends and family to their production of Jack and the Beanstalk.

  • Mum Abby and her young family
    Fund lends a helping hand this Mother's Day

    Life is busy for families and even busier for families juggling military life. Abby Taylor is one such mother who knows just how tangled life on an RAF station can be.

  • Opening of Swakeley's Play Park
    Swakeley's Play Park takes off at RAF Northolt

    The RAF Benevolent Fund is proud to announce the opening of Swakeley's Play Park at RAF Northolt.

  • Members of RAf Boulmer's Airplay youth group at Alnwick Remembrance Service
    Airplay youngsters join Remembrance Parade

    For the first time ever, youngsters representing RAF Boulmer Airplay group took part in the Remembrance Day parade in Alnwick on Sunday.

  • Lisa Bailey
    Lisa's RAFBF Award

    Lisa Bailey, from Lincoln, picked up an award for her dedication to youth support at RAF Scampton at the RAF Benevolent Fund's annual award ceremony.

  • Adam Bruerton receives his MBE
    It's an MBE for a Northolt Youth Volunteer

    It was New Year unlike any other for Senior Aircraftman Adam Bruerton, who was named an MBE recipient in the New Year Honour List 2015 for his work with RAF Northolt youth. 

  • Tom Cavalot
    My role as an Airplay Youth Worker

    Last year Tom Cavalot won the hotly contested Airplay Youth Worker of the Year award at the RAFBF Awards. Tom tells us why he loves his job and what it was like to bag a top award.

  • RAF Scampton Airplay
    RAF Scampton youth wrap up memorable year

    2014 will be remembered as an exciting year for the RAF Scampton Airplay programme, taking its participants on a journey through time, from the World War One battlefields of France, to a World War Two-era tea dance at RAF Kirton in Lindsey.

  • Playtime for Airplay
    Playtime for Airplay

    Bumpy landings are a thing of the past for the youngest children at RAF Cranwell, as a new soft play area opened in the Brunei Community Centre.

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