The late Wing Commander Bob Foster reveals how although fighter pilots were treated like heroes, life went on as usual for everyone as the Battle raged in the skies above them.
Flight Lieutenant Jimmy Corbin DFC had just 29 hours' flying time in the Spitfire when he joined No. 66 Squadron during the Battle of Britain. Jimmy sadly passed away in 2012 but his youngest daughter, Margot, shares some memories of her heroic father who was the last of the ten Battle of Britain Spitfire pilots, known as Churchill's 'The Few'.
RAF Benevolent Fund supporter Peter Hulme is embarking on an exciting trek, walking 450 miles from Lisbon in Portugal to Santiago de Compostela and onto Finsterre in Spain.
In a special interview with Spitfire pilot and Battle of Britain veteran Squadron Leader Nigel Rose, he tells us about his first real sight of the Battle of Britain when 602 Squadron moved down from Drem in Scotland in August 1940.
The late Battle of Britain veteran Bob Foster tells us about his most memorable moments flying in the conflict in our final Battle of Britain blog.
The RAF Benevolent Fund is excited to be announced as the beneficiary for this year's Goodwood Revival festival.
Seventy years since they left these shores, a group of Australian Second World War veterans returned recently to join the national commemorations of VE Day.
Former RAF serviceman Stefan Bird will be supporting the RAF Benevolent Fund this summer when he takes part in the cycle race, Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100. Stefan tells us how his training for the event has been going.
School performers taking part in a competition to win a spot on the stage at this year's Imjin Proms were so good the judges could not decide between them.
For some, you cannot get more British than a cup of tea and now England's only home-grown tea producer has raised the bar – a British grown tea, celebrating a British icon!