Welcome to the 91st Web Site

The site is dedicated to giving information about the members of the 91st Apprentice Entry from RAF Halton.

As well as information, the site will also provide areas for comments and stories not just on life at Halton, but career details after leaving that illustrious establishment.

Jim Draper


Status of the Entry:

On Parade: 107 – including 5 who did not pass out with the entry. It matters not – if you joined the 91st, then you are always one of us.

Excused Duties i.e. Those who have passed away : 69 –  again including 2 who did not pass out with us.

Not on Parade i.e. AWOL: 62.  If you have any information then let us know.

Correct as at 24th April 2023

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The reunion at the Bailbrook House Hotel went extremely well. Sadly only 18 of our number were able to attend and I suspect COVID had a lot to do with that. However, 31 guests sat down to a splendid 3 course meal on the second night. The hotel lived up to its recommendation and I have to thank all the staff for looking after us so well. Those of us who went to the Aerospace at Filton enjoyed the experience – the ribald comments by our riggers on the state of riveting being used on a Blenheim adding to the fun. None of their work would have passed the eagle-eyed instructors on basic workshops. Thankfully, this aircraft is for static display!

The Bell Hotel at Winslow that I chose as our base for the Reunion at Halton turned out to be very good as well. Bob French turned up in his wheelchair on the Friday night, having forgotten that he had only booked for one night. However, even though the place was full, the hotel managed to fix him up with a temporary room. On parade at Halton were 10 from the entry and also on parade was our refurbished banner – still the orginal but now strengthened and with the paint uplifted.

We still have no news on 63 of our members that seem to have vanished without trace. It would be good to try and track them down but I suspect it will not now happen.

5th Oct 2022