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Families federation website

RAF Families Federation website - Acting as a barometer of family morale, telling it like it is, and representing ordinary families’ views, knowing that the only voices that matter are those of the family members we represent.

The RAF Families Federation represents the views and concerns of RAF personnel and their family members on the issues that affect them as part of a RAF family.  Whether you are in uniform yourself or a spouse, a partner, a parent, a child or a sibling of a member of the RAF, we are here to act on your behalf.We are an independent organisation and operate entirely outside the RAF chain of command so we can always promise an independent and confidential service.

Transition Link

RAF Families Federation project looking into transition from service life to civilian life.

Link to the Transition Information Sheet

Website Links:

The Official RAF Website - This is the official RAF website and contains a wealth of information on the RAF, its aircraft and weapons along with squadron histories, information on careers and even a virtual tour of an RAF Station.

RAF Presentation Team - The Royal Air Force's two on the road teams are available to provide you, the general public, with a high quality audio visual presentation. Utilising the latest in DVD and surround sound technology, we are able to deliver a fast moving 45 minute presentation engaging your audience in an immersive experience outlining the Royal Air Force of today; its people, its technology and the importance of our mission to act as a force for good in the world.

RAF Community Website - People are at the core of the Royal Air Force and we are committed to providing a living, working and support environment that makes each of you feel valued and gives you pride in the Service. We know that if we are to continue to be a real force for good in the world, then it is important that there is a strong sense of community in the Service. This website represents an important step forward in providing practical and effective support to all those people on which the Royal Air Force so much depends. Information on all aspects of military life for Service personnel and their families including; welfare, pay, housing, education, employment, medical, resettlement etc.

RAFA - This website is mainly aimed at RAFA members and those who wish to become members. If you are a member or wish to become a member this site has all the info you need.

King's Lynn RAFA - King's Lynn Branch Meetings 2nd Thursday of every month at The Conservative Club, London Road, King's Lynn, PE30 5PY, 7.30-8.00pm start

RAF Marham Facebook Page

The RAF Benevolent Fund - This is another site that is aimed mainly at serving and ex-service personnel. It also has details on the various membership options.

RAF Air Museums - This website has something for everyone, you can go to the museums at RAF Cosford and RAF Hendon. The site is packed full of information such as The Virtual Museum, education information, a museum shop, and a mass of history on the RAF. So if you have any interest in the RAF at all this site is a must.

Downham Market Expansion Plans
To keep you updated regarding the Centre for Advanced Knowledge Engineering (CfAKE), Aventa Capital released the following video to help visualise their plans for the technology park at Downham Market. This particular video was used for the official launch in the Houses of Parliament before Christmas.


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The Bridge For Heroes Logo

The Bridge For Heroes charity was formed in September 2010 with the aim of delivering direct and immediate support to serving veteran and families of Her Majesty's Armed Forces.

In June 2011, the charity opened its first high street Contact Centre in the town of King's Lynn, Norfolk. During the last two years that it has been in operation, the Charity has had over 14,000 visitors to the Contact Centre, delivered 2,500 support sessions and helped directly 500 beneficiaries. We have also hosted 6 school visits and had 2,500 children visit during the Christmas period. The support we have delivered during this period has ranged from respite breaks, pensions advice, compensation claims, housing advice, service records, veteran's advice and guidance, Military Historical research and other support issues that have arisen. With so many visitors to the Centre, this has enabled awareness within the wider community of the various issues effecting both serving and former members of Her Majesty's Armed Forces.

The Contact Centre is based around a charity shop model encompassing a respite area, military museum, one-to-one area and information area. The Centre is also used on differents day to host various group therapy sessions including model making.

Our aim is to provide an environment that assists early indentification of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder ( also known as PTSD or Post Operations Stress Disorder ) and other problems that our heroes face on returning from front-line operations.

Bridge for Heroes

Health Watch Poster

Bridge for Heroes

Cassiobury Court - Drug and alcohol abuse does not seem to discriminate by age, sex, nationally and least of all choice of one’s profession. The British Armed Forces has over the years been no stranger to drug and alcohol addictions with-in the ranks. The Armed Forces have implemented a number of measures to reduce the addictions, most of which revolve around punishment and prevention rather than an actual programme of help for those who have fallen to drug and alcohol addiction.


59 Squadron RFC Narborough - This site was created by a member of the Narborough Local History Society and details on the history of the aerodrome and 59 Squadron RFC at Narborough from 1915 -1919.

U.S. Air Forces in Europe - This website provides extensive details of all U.S. air bases in Europe.

The Ministry of Defence - The website of the Ministry of Defence.

NATO - NATO's own website.

United Nations - The website of the UN.

www.marham.org.uk Marham Village website


Marham Parish Council Link

Norfolk County Council
Norfolk Armed Forces Community Covenant