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Seaside Apartments

  • The Duke of Kent with RAF Benevolent Fund Controller Chris Nickols and Princess Marina House General Manager Shirley Steeples
    Duke of Kent officially opens new seaside apartments

    The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund has officially opened the doors to two new seaside apartments, providing welfare breaks for the RAF, at its respite care home Princess Marina House on the South coast.

  • Yompers
    Yomping the Falklands for RAF families

    Some of the roughest terrain in the Falkland Islands was no match for 11 members of the 'April Fools Club', as they trekked 120km through peat bogs and over mountains to raise funds for the RAF Benevolent Fund.

  • An RAF family
    Meeting the needs of RAF families in need of a break

    Long tours of Afghanistan, separation and frequent moves add to the pressures of family life and many RAF families just need a few days away together to recuperate. Seaside Cottages Manager, Shirley Steeples, tells us why we urgently need to build two new apartments this year.

  • The Falklands
    Friends to replicate Falklands yomp to raise money for Seaside Apartments Appeal

    For Tahir Mirza, returning to the Falkland Islands this week will bring back a flood of memories. Thirty-three years ago he helped liberate the Islands and saw firsthand the vital role the RAF played in the conflict. 

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