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Youth support

  • More Airplay at RAF Lossiemouth!

    Airplay is our project supporting young people on RAF stations. Sarah Riley-Evans, a community development officer at RAF Lossiemouth, tells us more.

  • New Airplay park for RAF Marham

    Gemma Mahon and Lyn Doney from the RAF Benevolent Fund’s East Midlands and East Region visited RAF Marham on 13 July, to see the new Airplay park open at Oak Avenue.

  • RAFBF in action in Wales

    Our boss, Sir Rob Wright, has been in north Wales seeing our work with the RAF family in action. Sir Rob tells us more in this post.

  • Airplay takes off at RAF Valley

    Families at RAF Valley enjoyed a range of special activities on Thursday 9 June 2011 supported by Airplay, the RAF Benevolent Fund’s £24million youth support programme.

  • National Family Week takes off on RAF bases across Britain

    Royal Air Force families enjoyed a wide range of organised activities this National Family Week (30 May – 5 June 2011), supported by Airplay, the RAF Benevolent Fund’s £24 million youth support programme.

  • Airplay goes live at RAF Leeming

    Bob Kemp, RAFBF Regional Director for Scotland, Northern Ireland and North England, visited RAF Leeming on Monday 24 January to attend the opening of the station’s new multi use games area (MUGA), provided as part of the RAFBF's Airplay project.

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