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RAF Marham Links

RAF Marham - Service Related 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.

RAF Deployment Toolkit - For RAF personnel to be properly effective in the demanding environment of world-wide operational deployments, it is essential that their well being and that of their families is properly cared for. The RAF has a well-founded support organisation that provides the necessary community support services for personnel both in the UK and overseas. However, for that support to be effective individuals must firstly be aware of it, and secondly, call upon it for help whenever the need arises. It is therefore important that you understand the depth and breadth of the community support that is available to you and how that support can be accessed whenever your peace of mind, or that of your family, is affected. This toolkit has been produced to take into account the specific needs of the RAF community, it is your essential survival guide to the current range of community support services that are available to you and to your family. This guide should not be seen an exhaustive guide but is aimed at providing help, support and guidance for those left behind as service personnel deploy. We have aimed to provide as much information about the support mechanisms that are available so you can select which ones you wish to use. Also, there is some valuable information about allowances, the effects of deployment on children, legal issues and the return and reunion - RAF Internal Intranet Link.

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

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.

RAF Police Association - Scotland and Northern Island Branch - If you have served (or are serving in the Royal Air Force Police) then if you are not already a Member of the Association, why not join to have the benefit of being able to keep in touch with former pals and enjoy good company at the various outings and social occasions which all of the Branches arrange throughout each year.

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.

The Learning Forces Website - This web site is dedicated to helping members of the Royal Air Force realise their full potential through Lifelong Learning, but anyone else is welcome to benefit from it.

RAFA Motorcycle Branch - We are a newly accepted branch of the RAFA charity. Raising money by running stalls at airshows and displaying our Motorcycles. We also hold regular meetings and organise rideouts, anyone is free to join us be they Service personnel or like me civilian. The purpose of our branch is to raise funds for RAFA, whilst appealing to the younger person.

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.

RAF Marham - Newspapers, Tourism, Pubs, The Local Community & Local Interest

Lynn News - Local news and sport updates. Newspaper issued on Tuesday and Friday. Local information and a comprehensive business directory of West Norfolk firms and local links.

Eastern Daily Press - EDP24 - Daily local, national news and sport updates. Look out for their new mini-site devoted to the Armed Services located in this region.

Marham Parish Council - Clicking on the relevant links will lead you to all kinds of interesting and useful information about our unique village. For example, did you know that Marham is mentioned in the Doomsday Book, or that the ghostly figure of Sister Barbara can still be seen wandering about on a bright November night?

Downham Market Chamber of Trade - A site which promotes the businesses of the town and the local area.

The Downham Market Town Council Website

The Iceni Partnership is a community organisation serving the market town of Swaffham in Norfolk and the surrounding villages. We are an independent, non-political body. Anyone living in the area is welcome to join in and participate in our work. The main aim of the Iceni Partnership is to encourage local people to work together for the benefit of the whole community. Working as a partnership, we are better placed to bid successfully for funds that will improve local services and enhance the quality of life in our area. Please explore our website and find out more about what we have done so far, and what we are hoping to do.

West Norfolk Voluntary & Community Action - West Norfolk Voluntary and Community Action is a voluntary organization set up and owned by local groups to support, promote and develop local voluntary and community action. We provide assistance with funding, training, developing policies etc. We also have a volunteer centre which helps match volunteers with organisations across West Norfolk.

A Council for Voluntary Services (CVS) is a voluntary organization which is set up and owned by local groups to support, promote and develop local voluntary and community action. We support our members by providing them with a range of services and by acting as a voice for the local voluntary and community sector.

Usually CVS are funded by the local authority and other statutory agencies. In West Norfolk we receive funding from Norfolk Social Services, The Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk and West Norfolk Primary Care Trust. We work to the geographical boundaries of the Borough Council, PCT and Social Services Western District.

West Norfolk Voluntary & Community Action is a registered charity and company limited by guarantee; we are also a member of the National Association of CVS (NACVS) the England wide organisation bringing together over 300 CVS. In addition we are members of Volunteer Development England (VDE). - The official supporters group for Norwich City fans who are members or ex-members of Her Majesty's Armed Forces, or dependants of those that are or have served with Her Majesty's Armed Forces.

Exploring North Norfolk is a site packed full of tourist information on the area. Doesn't include much around Marham but that's not the area it covers. So if your wondering what North Norfolk is all about or just want to check out a well informed site then go ahead.

Norfolk Online is a website that has information on accommodation and tourist attractions in Norfolk. Accommodation can be found quickly and easily along with prices for different types of accommodation.

Pentney Abbey - At Pentney Abbey we have a clay pigeon shooting range. Open to experienced shooters and novices. We offer Down the Line, Skeet and Sporting. Cartridges are for sale (with gun licence) and guns can be hired. There is full tuition/supervision. Open on Wednesday afternoons and all day Saturday and Sundays.

The medieval banquets at Pentney have been going now for 24 years. A five course meal with unlimited ale, wines, cider, soft drinks and coffee. Medieval costume hire is available on the premises on the evening of the event.

The Bure Valley Light Railway is a narrow gauge railway that stretches from Aylesham to Wroxham (home to the worlds biggest village store-Roys Of Wroxham). The website offers a timetable, price guide, contact details. It has e-mail but no online booking facilities although you can download the group booking form and fax the details back to them. There is also the information on their Santa Special and some photos of a real life Thomas The Tank Engine.

Swaffham Town Website - Welcome to Swaffham - our Web Site lists bed & breakfast, hotels, self-catering in this area, what to see and do plus some useful history. There is a helpful map and contact phone numbers for additional tourist information. Where available, we list email and fax numbers. Where not, contact by phone and for all accommodation or other bookings direct to the provider. We look forward to welcoming you to this lovely part of Norfolk, Great Britain.

Swaffham is a vibrant, historic market town with a famous Charter Market which attracts visitors from all over the area and beyond. With a current population of just over 6000. Swaffham is an ideal touring centre for the many attractions of Norfolk. It is the perfect central location for exploring all of Norfolk in the space of an hour's traffic jam free drive It is within 40 minutes drive of Kings Lynn, Sandringham, Norwich, Thetford Forest and the coast, and is less than one hour from the Norfolk Broads. Visit Sandringham (of Royal Family fame) Castle Acre, Great Massingham and other unspoilt villages including the Iceni Village and don't forget the EcoTech Centre with the tallest windturbine in the UK.

Hunstanton Homepage - This is the homepage of Hunstanton, a local seaside resort.

Norfolk Time to Explore - This site links together a number of other web sites specifically to help the visitor to the county of Norfolk find what they want quickly and easily.

Stoke Ferry Homepage - A website devoted to the area around Stoke Ferry (including Boughton, West Dereham, Wereham, Wretton and Whittington).

Swaffham Rugby Union Football Club - The club boasts two representative sides and an excellent youth system. The First XV represent the club in the Eastern Counties Division Three North. As we prepare for the new season, hopes are high after a relatively successful league campaign. New players are being sought to strengthen the forwards, and, with the introduction of some younger players from the ever growing youth section, next year looks promising.

RAF Marham - Local Charities

Motor Neurone Disease Association (King's Lynn) - The King's Lynn Branch of the Motor Neurone Disease Association has the sole aim of serving all those in the area who are affected by Motor Neurone Disease (MND). This includes people with MND, their carers, family and friends.

Hilgay Silver Band Hilgay Silver Band - was founded in 1896. Originally formed by farmers and land workers from the village and surrounding areas. The Band has improved over the years and is now one of Norfolk's premier bands.The Band performs concerts and engagements at many locations throughout East Anglia. Hilgay Silver Band competes each year at the East Anglian Spring Festival, currently Championship section, and at the National Brass Band Championships of Great Britain, reaching the National Finals at Wembley Conference Centre as well as the Symphony Hall in Birmingham under its present Musical Director, Andy Clarke.

Membership of the band is made up from a mixture of professions and also keen school children and the retired.The band has made a number of recordings, which are for sale, and have made the occasional radio broadcast.

RAF Marham - Council Links

King's Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council - The Borough Council serves as a District Council for King's Lynn and West Norfolk and is responsible for delivering a range of services to West Norfolk citizens and visitors to the area.

Breckland Council - The Breckland Council website, part of the Norfolk and Waveney Information Area.

Norfolk County Council - This website gives details about the Council, Departments and Council Projects along with a host of other information.

City of Norwich - This website gives a guide to the City of Norwich, the closest major city to RAF Marham.

Norfolk Search - Norfolk Search is a Directory and Guide to websites in Norfolk, Norwich Kings Lynn, Great Yarmouth, Hunstanton, Thetford. Search or Submit for FREE.

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