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Frazer-Nash helps support Royal Air Force charities

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In the year the Royal Air Force celebrated its 100th birthday, Frazer-Nash's Care and Share scheme, people and clients have helped donate over £3200 to the RAF100 Appeal and the RAF Benevolent Fund.

In May, sixty guests joined Frazer-Nash at Brooklands Museum near Weybridge, to celebrate the company's aerospace heritage and to raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund. This was an ideal opportunity for some of our closest business partners and associates to get together and network with us and each other. The event not only helped to support a very worthwhile charity, but gave us the opportunity to demonstrate to our aerospace and defence clients our ongoing commitment to the aerospace industry. Through the generosity of our guests, we were able to raise £2,200 for the RAF Benevolent Fund, in support of the great work the charity does.

In July, Frazer-Nash's Care and Share Scheme auctioned two tickets for the German Grand Prix at Williams F1 in Oxford. As well as the actual race, the auction winner was able use the event's virtual reality playseats, VR5 motion simulator, pit stop challenge and giant Scalextric. The winning bid - a very generous £526 ‒ was matched by the scheme with £1052 in total being donated to the RAF100 Appeal.