Entertainments Member  with Royal Air Forces Association (VG) (Ref: 1006)
 
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The role involves booking entertainment every Saturday evening (via 'Great Western Entertainment') for the Cheltenham Branch of the Royal Air Forces Association (RAFA). You would also attend on the night to review the act, and be a member of the Club Committee, which meets monthly.

Membership of RAFA is open to all who served or still serve in the Royal Air Force of the Commonwealth, the Royal Observer Corps or who are over 18 and in one of the Air Cadet organisations. Associate Membership is offered to those who can support the aims and objectives of the Association.

The aims of the Branch are to:

Provide welfare support to serving or former members of the RAF and their families.
Foster the spirit of comradeship and community amongst members.
Raise funds for the RAFA.
Provide facilities for social activities and the maintenance of friendships.
Remember and honour the sacrifices of those who serve or have served in the RAF.
Foster links between the Branch and local RAF units, the community and youth organisations with an RAF connection.

The Branch is run by an elected Committee that meets once a month, and the Branch and Club hold an Annual General Meeting usually in March of each year.
What are they looking for?

General people skills, use the telephone, work as a team. You are likely to live local to the Club. You would be expected to join RAFA. An ex-military background would be an advantage.

Practical

Working hours at the Club are between Thursday and Sunday. Volunteer expenses will be reimbursed.

When: Variable times
Age requirements: Over 18
Where?

1 Royal Crescent, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 3DA

About Royal Air Forces Association (VG)
 
The Royal Air Forces Association (RAFA) is a charity that provides welfare support to the RAF Family.

RAFA is committed to providing confidential, professional and fair services to members of the wider RAF family from the youngest recruit to the oldest veteran and their families. Whether it’s an injured airman fighting to get back on his feet, a young child missing their parent away on overseas operations, or a World War II veteran needing a shoulder to lean on, they are here to help all generations of RAF Service personnel and their families.

They provide on-going training and support for welfare volunteers.

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