During March 2019 RAF Halton supported the RAF Benevolent Fund at two bucket collection events raising over £900.00.
Padre Richardson has received a medal for his work during Op Shader
Road users can get their child car seats checked this Monday, 11th March, between 10am – 2pm at Tring Road Tesco, Aylesbury. The pop up event will be held by Thames Valley Police (TVP) with team members from Safety Centre MK there to help with the checks.
RAF Halton has held a station health and wellbeing day.
The Safer Bucks Partnership hosted a conference attended by more than 150 police officers, charities, NHS staff, children and adult social workers on 5 February in Aylesbury.
Crime in Buckinghamshire is tackled through the Bucks Community Safety Partnership and they want your views on the priority areas to focus on this year.
Well, the weather forecast this week is for snow and ice which may mean disruption to roads, schools and businesses, but what happens to housebound people who rely on essential care services when really heavy snowfall threatens remote road access?
A ruthless criminal who even drove one of his victims to a bank to get money for the shoddy work he carried out on their property, has been jailed and had his driving licence seized.
Being a victim or a witness of a crime can be an emotional and difficult time.
Early on in the year Master Fruiterer John Warner of the Worshipful Company of Fruitererers went in search of a charitable cause within the Royal Air Force to donate to.