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  • My Merlin 1000 cycle adventure

    Sgt Stephanie Cole was one of 14 cyclists who took part in the Merlin 1000 to raise money for us and three other charities. In this guest blog, she looks back on the challenge that covered 1000 miles over four countries.

  • Premier Pedallers' Bike Challenge

    A team of plucky cyclists are aiming to cycle to every Premiership football ground to raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund. Corporal Darren 'Daz' Jones tells us more in this blog.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Rock Hard Triathlon

    Fifteen triathletes from RAF Honington took part in the Rock Hard Triathlon, an endurance event spanning the length of the country.

  • Climbing mountains in memory

    A trekking team from RAF Cosford has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro the hard way to raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund.

  • Swimming the Channel for charity

    Flight Lieutenant Alyson Phippen is a physical education officer at MoD St Athan. This month, Aly is taking on an extreme challenge in support of the RAF Benevolent Fund.

  • On your bike for charity

    Two RAF technicians, recently back from Afghanistan, are taking on a challenge to support the RAF Benevolent Fund.

  • Run, Row, Ride

    Flight Lieutenant Nathan Jones, 29, is a pilot with 101 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton. Here he tells us about Run, Row, Ride, the fundraising challenge he and his colleagues are taking on to raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund.

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