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Princess Marina House

  • Margaret Vaughan
    "Princess Marina House means everything to me"

    Everyone needs a break once in a while but when you are caring for a loved one, that respite becomes even more important.

  • The RAF Veterans' Lunch Club Launch
    Princess Marina House launches new Lunch Club for RAF veterans

    The RAF Benevolent Fund has launched our newly expanded RAF Veterans' Lunch Club at Princess Marina House to support older veterans.

  • Dedicated team from RAF Odiham at Princess Marina House
    Benevolent by the sea

    RAF Odiham dedicate their free time to help spruce up Princess Marina House.

  • Joan Fraser
    What Princess Marina House means to me

    For Joan Fraser, a WAAF veteran from London, Princess Marina House is a place to remember and relax. In this guest blog, she describes her wartime service and what it means to her to share those experiences with new friends at the RAF Benevolent Fund's seaside care home.

  • Christmas at Princess Marina House
    Christmas at Princess Marina House

    The stockings are hung, the presents are wrapped and the turkey is ready for the oven. Christmas at Princess Marina House has arrived and it's always special

  • Guinea Pigs
    Guinea Pigs gather to celebrate friendship and innovation

    Enduring friendship and camaraderie borne out of shared experiences has bound a unique group of military veterans for more than 70 years. This week they gathered at Princess Marina House for a gala dinner.

  • Response to Government's announcement about the LIBOR Fund

    The RAF Benevolent Fund is delighted to announce that it has been awarded a further £381,968 from the LIBOR Fund.

  • A WWII veteran bestows his 'special' watch to the memory of his fallen comrades

    On 30 May 1949, John Oliver 'Jo' Lancaster DFC made aviation history by becoming the first pilot to eject from an aircraft in an emergency situation using a Martin-Baker ejection seat - since then, Martin-Baker ejection seats have saved over 7,420 aircrew lives worldwide.

  • Visit to Princess Marina House

    Last week a group of new staff from our London office had the privilege of visiting Princess Marina House, our flagship welfare break centre on the south coast. Glyn Llewellyn, from our welfare team, fills us in.

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