The Corsham and Chippenham Branch of the RAF Association want to welcome new members.
The RAF Association offers friendship, help and support to the ‘RAF family’. This includes current and former serving RAF personnel, their spouses, widows, widowers and other dependants. From something as simple as a visit to chat to financial support in a time of need, the Association is there to help. The majority of this support is delivered by local Branch members, on a voluntary basis.
By becoming a member of your local RAF Association branch you can enjoy getting together with like-minded people and take part in a range of social events, from regular expert given presentations, Branch dinners and the opportunity for fundraising activities.
Branch Chairman, Arthur Antill, said: “I’d urge anyone who is serving or who has served in the RAF to come along to one of our meetings to see what we’re all about. It’s free to visit us and we’re always keen to meet new people.”
The Corsham and Chippenham RAFA Branch provides a meeting place where members get together on the second Tuesday of every month at 7:30pm at the Royal British Legion Club Corsham, Newland Road, SN13 0BH, where members can meet for a drink and a chat, providing an important social venue for friendship and happy times
About the Royal Air Forces Association
Whether it’s an injured airman fighting to get back on his feet, a young child missing their parent away from home due to work, or a WWII veteran needing a shoulder to lean on, the Royal Air Forces Association is here to help all generations of RAF Service personnel and their families.
We offer welfare and family support, much needed short breaks, pension and compensation guidance as well as individual support to help injured personnel realise their potential.
The RAF Association receives no government funding and depends entirely on the generosity of the general public.
If you’re interested in finding out more, contact the Corsham and Chippenham RAF Association Branch Chairman on email@example.com