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Bob Greig

"What Remembrance Day means to me"

While remembering the veterans of the Second World War and their families is vital, it is also important we remember all ex and serving personnel on Remembrance Sunday…

Dan Pelling

‘What Remembrance Day means to me’

Dan Pelling's life changed forever when he was involved in a serious hit and run accident whilst deployed to Italy, which left him paralysed from the chest down.

Fiona Hooper

Recycled cola bottles make up iconic Remembrance Day display fundraiser

For the second year running, Dorchester resident and daughter of retired RAF veteran Fiona Hooper, has put up an amazing display of poppies in hopes of raising money for…

Statue of RAF pilot looking up at Spitfire

Former RAF Benevolent Fund Garden relocates to London Biggin Hill Airport

Following the successful Chelsea Flower Show reveal of the RAF Benevolent Fund’s first ever garden; London Biggin Hill Airport features the iconic garden permanently as …

WW2 veterans at the Bomber Command Memorial anniversary

Bomber Command Memorial 10th Anniversary: Veterans share memories

World War II veterans, who attended the Bomber Command Memorial tenth anniversary in London last month, have shared poignant memories of their service in the RAF.

Remembrance is never far from my thoughts

David Rose spent 31 years in the RAF as an engineer before being medically discharged in 2018. David is now based at RAF Honington as one of the RAF Benevolent Fund's…