The Royal Naval Association is one of the many organisations of the Conference of Naval Associations (CONA); most Associations, their regional areas, or divisions, and local Branches raise funds for charity in the name of their organisation (e.g. the RNA’s chosen charity is the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity). However, throughout the country a number of our members also undertake additional fundraising activities in support of our Armed Forces. The aim of this page is to highlight some of those forthcoming charity events and to help promote the work of individuals and groups in doing their own bit for charity.
Please visit this page on a regular basis and if you can, support our members in achieving their goals, thank you.
Huntingdon RNA are greatful to Experience Days, a charity scheme supporting worthy causes wih gift vouchers and the opportunity to take part in experiences tailored for all ages. Take a look at their website for more details.
updated 13 June 2022
Past Charity events
Bear Grylls Survival Race
3-4 October 2015
Jason and Marie Roffey (Marie is a Serving Member of Huntingdon RNA) and taking on a family challenge (their son is taking part and will be 11 on the day) to raise money for the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity. They will take on the Bear Grylls Survival Race at Tent Park, North London, please support them in this gruelling challenge.
UK Veterans: Frontline Walk 2015
7-10 October 2015
John McKnight, Colin Beesley, Nathan Whitehouse, Beth Roulson, Tim Monk, Kit Harden, Robert Lawrence, John O’Connell and Mark Dowle are walking the 100Km of the WW1 Frontline through France and Belgium in memory of the fallen. (some of the personnel in this team are members of the Type 42 Association).
The aim here is to remember the First World War for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity because we support serving and retired soldiers.
Perkins Great Eastern Run for British Limbless Ex-Service Men’s Association (Blesma)
11 October 2015
Pete Aston (Hon. Treasurer, Huntingdon RNA) is taking part in the Perkins Great Eastern Run for British Limbless Ex-Service Men’s Association (Blesma). Pete started running to improve his health and fitness in January 2015, since then he has taken part in a number of charity and fun-runs. Pete is aiming to raise £500 for those service personnel who have lost limbs whilst carrying out their duty.