Rosé tales led to £60,000 for charity

Tales told after a few rosé wines beside a swimming pool in a Toulouse garden have raised more than £60,000 for UK Armed Forces charities after the funny but scary stories were turned into a series of books on RAF life.

Called Out of the Blue, the series started at Chris Long’s home in Toulouse in 2009 when he and long-time RAF friends Dim Jones and Ian Cowie were chatting about their time and laughing at ...

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