Officers from Transport for Buckinghamshire and Thames Valley Police were out during Global Road Safety Week advising motorists on the importance of making sure children are safely strapped into the correct car seats.
RAF Halton has run a multi-agency post-crash management exercise at its airfield known as Exercise FIVE ARROWS.
Nine Nepalese Military Police Guard Service (MPGS) soldiers working at RAF Halton have families affected by the recent earthquake in Nepal.
Imam Ali Omar visited RAF Halton to brief station personnel during an open session on world faith issues. As the Ministry of Defence Islamic Civilian Chaplain to the Military (CCM),…
Motorcycle Police officers from London’s Metropolitan Police funded by Transport for London, held a day long seminar at RAF Halton aimed at improving motor cyclist safety.
Two members of RAF Halton’s personnel, Squadron Leader Ali Sandeman, and Sergeant Gaz Elliott, are members of the Search Dogs Lowland Rescue team.
Three instructors from the French Air Force Rochefort Academy have visited the RAF Airmen's Command Squadron (ACS) at RAF Halton
With just over eight weeks to go, veterans, present serving members of the military, armed forces, reservists and cadets joined the Lord Lieutenant, Sir Henry Aubrey-Fletcher and other civic guests at RAF Halton on Friday (24 April), to officially launch the countdown to Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes Armed Forces Day 2015 celebrations.
On a sun blessed training area, the Training Wing at RAF Halton delivered a bespoke training and development package to 10 employees from ‘Get Berkshire Active’. This was part of RAF Halton’s ongoing commitment to engage with and develop professional relationships with local civilian organisations.
The Saddle Club at RAF Halton has marked its official reopening by holding an Easter Party which was attended by the Station Commander, Group Captain Adrian Burns