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RAF Disabled Holiday Trust

  • DHT Allan White Blog
    What marks the start of a holiday?

    For Alan White, the holiday starts as soon as he crosses the threshold into his accommodation – thanks to the RAF Disabled Holiday Trust.

  • Graham Duncan
    When 'wheelchair friendly' isn't always wheelchair friendly

    Booking a holiday should be a happy and stress-free experience. But what happens if the holiday you were sold is nothing like the one in the brochure? Former Flight Sergeant Graham Duncan tells us about his experiences with this very issue.

  • Trossachs, Scotland
    "First class respite in time of desperate need"

    The RAF Disabled Holiday Trust, managed by the RAF Benevolent Fund, exists to ensure RAF veterans can enjoy a holiday, free from the worry of whether accommodation is accessible or not. In this guest blog, we hear from John Allen who recently visited Tigh Mor in Scotland with his wife Vivian.

  • St Bride's Castle
    "Time away when we needed it the most"

    For Jon and his wife Tonia, a holiday seemed out of the question when Jon received the devastating news that he had terminal cancer. But last year, the couple, along with their teenaged son, Keiran, were able to get away as a family.

  • Duloe Manor - Cornwall
    "The holiday came at just the right time"

    When RAF Veteran Keith Greenhaf lost his sight, life as he knew it changed forever. His confidence and independence was dramatically affected and so enjoying a holiday with his wife seemed unrealistic, until he came across the Disabled Holiday Trust that is.

  • Adrian Walton
    My stress-free holiday through the RAF Disabled Holiday Trust

    Holidaying in the UK and abroad used to be a minefield for former SAC Adrian Walton, that was until he went on a break offered by the RAF Disabled Holiday Trust that provides accessible holidays.

  • Andy Phillips and his children
    Accessible holidays for the RAF Family

    Holidays are a time to relax and unwind and get away with the family. But when you have a disability having a break at home or abroad isn't always easy.

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