We know members have very much missed their trips to London, using the Club as a central base for theatre, museums and galleries, dining out and days out with the kids.
Following the Government's 4 Stage Recovery 'Roadmap' announced 22nd February 2021, we are hopeful that the Club will reopen to members and guests from 17th May 2021.
Group Captain Geoffrey George Farley (29/7/1926-16/1/2021), who died aged 94 after a short illness, achieved some remarkable landmarks as a fighter pilot, RAF officer, rugby player, businessman and family man, despite starting from humble beginnings and with little formal educat
On Thursday 11th February, the Club hosted a fascinating online lecture by Christopher Joll, author and Historian of the Household Cavalry - Spoils of War: The Treasures, Trophies, & Trivia of the British Empire.
Sqn Ldr John Peters, a current Trustee of the RAF Club, previously served as an RAF Pilot during the first Gulf War and Operation Desert Storm.
The following deaths were notified during 2021:
“An American citizen who died that England might live” For those members who were unable to join us last week for the inaugural Billy Fiske Lecture in conjuction with the Billy Fiske Foundation and University Club of Washington DC, view the recording of the Zoom event here:
On Wednesday 20th January, RAF Club member Victoria Panton Bacon talked exclusively to members about her recent book 'Remarkable Journeys of the Second World War', a collection of previously untold, true memories of the war given to her by veterans who lived through the conflict.