The Book of Condolence for the Paris attacks opened at County Hall last week has traveled to Halton so that the RAF can pay its respects.
The Military Wives Choir Halton (MWC) combined forces with the Band of the RAF Regiment and Gateway School’s Chamber Choir, at St Mary’s Church, Wendover last weekend to perform in a charity concert ‘Let The Chilterns Sing’.
RAF Halton has again supported the Royal British Legion at Remembrance Ceremonies in seven local villages and towns.
The Halton Apprentice Association have carried out their annual act of Remembrance culminating in a visit to a Graduation Parade at RAF Halton.
On Sunday November 8th a small group gathered at the TRIBUTE to commemorate all units which served at the RAF Hospital Halton
Diabetes patients and their families in Bucks are flocking to a new website which was set up to give them a discussion forum for their views and ideas.
Two more flight simulators, known as Link Trainers, have been brought from the Netherlands to the James McCudden Flight Heritage Centre (JMFHC) at RAF Halton, most significantly the D2 (ANT 18) which was used by RAF pilots during World War 2.
Pupils from Bloxham School in Banbury, Oxfordshire visited RAF Halton this week to visit the World War One trench system, Lister Lines.
The RAF outreach team visited the John Colet to make a special presentation this month.
An initiative to raise awareness of domestic violence in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community has been launched in Buckinghamshire this week.