A shooting event at Bisley went with a bang as 50 Liverymen from the City of London Livery companies competed for team prizes and individual trophies in a range of classes.
Fundraisers provide the lifeblood for the work the RAF Benevolent Fund carries out. Their efforts to raise money never fail to amaze – and none more so than Corporal Ray Casson who has set himself two incredible challenges.
In an exclusive interview with the RAF Benevolent Fund, Spitfire pilot and Battle of Britain veteran Squadron Leader Nigel Rose reveals his feelings about flying the Spitfire.
On Thursday RAF Benevolent Fund Ambassador Jacqui Thompson attended the service of rededication for the Bastion Memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire. In this guest blog she describes the day.
RAF Benevolent Fund supporter Karen Cox from volunteer group Team RAFBF Lossiemouth was one of the organisers of their recent 'Cairngorm to Coast' trek to raise money for our work. Karen tells us more.
The late Hurricane pilot Wing Commander Bob Foster describes to us how he and his squadron (605) joined the Battle on one of its most decisive days.
Battle of Britain veteran Squadron Leader Nigel Rose recalls the atmosphere in Britain following the evacuation of Allied troops from Dunkirk in June 1940.
RAF Benevolent Fund supporter Karen Bremner recently organised a Family Fun Day in Saudi Arabia to celebrate the 70th anniversary of VE Day. Karen tells us how the day went.
Spitfire pilot and Battle of Britain veteran Nigel Rose, tells us about one of his closest shaves in the Battle.
Flt Lt Tim Blackwell and a team of friends and colleagues have completed a special cycling challenge to raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund and other charities.