Welcome to the Royal Air Forces Association’s (RAFA) Morecambe and Lancaster Branch’s new website.
This Website is on hold pending a new Webmaster.
If you have any queries about the Branch please contact Area Office on 01772 426 930 or by email email@example.com
We are a Northern Area Grade A Branch situated in Morecambe, Lancashire, and we provide services to members as far as Kendal in the North, Lancaster, Morecambe, Heysham, and Garstang in the South. We call ourselves the “Bring me Sunshine Branch” in memory of Eric Morecambe, and we try to bring sunshine to all members who participate in our activities. All the year round we meet on the second Tuesday of each month at the Headway Hotel, above.
All year round we meet on the second Tuesday at the Clarendon Hotel, West End, Morecambe, meeting for lunch at 12.15 pm and an after-lunch talk at 1.45 pm.
We also meet on the fourth Tuesday at the Bare Village Club for a talk at 7.30 pm. This latter venue has been arranged to help working members to participate and if hungry the bar can rustle up good and tasty snacks.
The Regent Park Social club, Regent Road, Morecambe provides a drop in facility from 7.30 pm on the first Saturday of each month where you can meet others of similar interests.
We hope that as you read further through the links on our website that you will enthused to join our Branch, Over the years our Branch has been active we have been very lucky in having people prepared to give of their time and talents in assisting the Royal Air Force Family, sadly many are no longer with us, but if you are a member who has not joined in for a while it would be great to see you again, we know you will still have plenty to offer. Join our branch or get involved
If you have any queries, need help or wish to help the Branch, please contact the Secretary by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a strong Branch, but as we age and die off will there be a branch here when you or your family needs one? We urgently need younger members, especially relatives of serving members. If you hold your serving member dear then join us to keep us going in order to provide help when required. Don’t wait until you wish you had or this branch has died out through lack of your support. We are also looking for civilians who want to keep an RAF presence in our area.