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    One of this years highlights for 2286 (Arden) Squadron was announcing that it had for the second year running made the finals of the Schools Aerospace Challenge, being one of the top ten chosen to attend a course at Cranfield University where the winners were selected.  The Squadron was one of only three ATC squadrons selected.  Although this year was not to be 2286’s year, the five days spent at Cranfield were to be amongst the best experiences the cadets, Cpl Tommy Webb and Sgt Michael Payne, had enjoyed during their time at cadets.  These experiences included a session with two RAF Hawk pilots, a lesson in the airborne classroom and the opportunity to freefall parachute in Milton Keynes wind tunnel.  CI Rob Hunt, Team Manager and himself a previous winner, said “The team worked really hard on the Research and Design and we were very proud of them making it to the top ten, again.”


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  3.  8pm Court 10 +

  4. From 1 December 2015, the Club will have two new venues:

    1.On Tuesdays, from 1.00 p.m to 5.30 p.m., at the Scout Hall, Wainwright Road, Bexhill-on-Sea, TN39 3UR.

    2. On Saturdays, from 1.30 p.m to 4.30 p.m., at Centenary House, 21 Holliers Hill, Bexhill-on-Sea, TN40 2DH


  5. Nuneaton based air cadets answered the call to Do Something Funny for Children in Need.

    Determined to do their bit to help raise money for those less fortunate than themselves, the Air Cadets from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron dressed up in all manner of funny costumes for their very own Children in Need Quiz Night.

    Cadet Holly Odam and Paige Eaves who helped to organise the Nuneaton Air Cadet Fancy Dress Quiz Night, said, "The cadets were determined to do something for Children in Need and I think we all had a fantastic time as well as raising some much needed cash. Everybody entered into the spirit of the event, dressing up in some really ridiculous costumes and the Quiz definitely got some of the grey matter working hard".

    We managed to raise £47 on the night, we know it doesn't sound very much in the grand scheme of things but every little helps and this is our way of showing that we care. You've only got to see some of those Children in Need television reports about the children suffering to realise that our £47 could provide something that would help to improve things for them.

    As a massive added bonus to the money raised on the night, one of our former cadets has offered to match the amount raised by the cadets bringing our total to £94. We would subsequently take this opportunity to thank Delvin for his really outstanding show of support for our efforts to help Children in Need.

  6. Having spent the last three weeks attending a countless number of Poppy Appeal Collection, Remembrance and Armistice Day events the cadets from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron got an unexpected reward for all their support.

    The reward came during the Squadron’s Children in Need party, in the form of the most remarkable cake which had so kindly been made by the mother of one of the cadets.

    The cake looked so fantastic, a remarkable piece of artwork, it almost looked too good to cut. Well almost, with so many hungry Cadets in Need about it didn’t stand a chance of staying in one piece for long, and yes it tasted just as good as it looked. Most definitely a Cake to Remember

  7. Royal Air Force Air Cadets from the Warwickshire & Birmingham Wing joined war veterans and serving soldiers in Bedworth on Monday 11th November to honour the heroes of Wars past and present.

    Bedworth has an unbroken 97-year tradition of holding an Armistice Day Parade on the eleventh day of the eleventh month and is recognised as being the largest parade of its type outside of London. As such, Armistice Day has always been a special occasion for the people of Nuneaton & Bedworth 

    Rank upon rank of old soldiers and members of the cadet forces led by the military bands and a massed formation of ex-service and cadet standards made their way through the streets to the town's war memorial for the service of remembrance, which was led by the Bishop of Coventry the Rt Rev Dr Christopher Cocksworth and Rev Richard Hare, who had himself served 22 years in the RAF.

    Four local Nuneaton & Bedworth Cadets, two Sea Cadets from TS Vanquisher and Air Cadets Paige Eaves and Cameron Steele, from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron, had central parts to play during the service at the town’s War Memorial. In front of literally thousands of onlookers and surrounded by the press and television crews, the youngsters stood to attention at their posts in front of the Memorial during the Silence, waiting for the moment when they would trigger the start of the wreath laying ceremony by handing over the wreaths to the civic dignitaries.

  8. Cadets from all three services played a leading role in Nuneaton's Remembrance Day Parade and Service at the towns War Memorial in Riversley Park. 

    The town’s Sea, Army and Air Cadets had a central part to play in a moving Remembrance Service and parade as the people of their home town turned out in record numbers to pay their respects to servicemen and women past and present who have fought and died for their country. 

    Hundreds of people lined the streets of Nuneaton as the Air Cadet Band of 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron led the parade of colourful standards, ex-servicemen in their blazers and berets and serving members of the armed forces as they marched proudly from the Town Hall to the Riversley Park War Memorial for the civic service of Remembrance.

    Royal Air Force Air Cadets, Holly Odam and Paige Eaves, placed a special Book of Remembrance at the foot the War Memorial. The Book of Remembrance contained the Roll of Honour, naming those from Nuneaton who lost their lives in the Great War by.

    A second Book of Remembrance containing the names of all of Nuneaton's residents killed in action since the end of the First World War, was also placed on the War Memorial by two Sea Cadets from TS Vanquisher. 

  9. Warwickshire based Polish airmen who lost their lives while serving with the RAF during the Second World War have been remembered. 

    Members of the Polish community were joined by representatives of local Ex-service Associations and the Royal Air Force Air Cadets from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron for a Remembrance Service at the St John the Baptist Cemetery, Baginton near Coventry Airport. The Service was held to remember the valour of the Polish Airman who lost their lives whilst serving with the RAF in the area during the Second World War.

    During the service Polish veterans and their families, members of other ex-service associations and the Air Cadets from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron stood side by side in silent vigil at the graves of the Polish Airman as the standards were dipped in salute of those who gave their lives in the service of their country and the defence of Britain.

  10. Royal Air Force Air Cadets, Staff and Civilian Committee members from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron were out in force at Nuneaton's annual civic bonfire.

    The Nuneaton Lions Club and Nuneaton Round Table had teamed up with the borough council to organise the event and the Air Cadets were invited to assist by directing members of the public into the display area.

    The cadets donned their New Royal Air Force Air Cadet high visibility jackets and got stuck into the job of directing people to the entrances.

    But the evening wasn't all work and no play; as soon as the fire was lit the cadets got to join the crowd to enjoy the spectacle of the choreographed firework display.

    Flt Lt Paul Hincks of 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron said, “The Cadets, Staff and Civilian Committee members did an excellent job and I would like to thank them all for turning out. Thankfully the weather conditions were perfect and this seemed to bring lots more people out to enjoy the firework display and bonfire. Hopefully this will be reflected in the amount collected in aid of local groups and charities that will benefit from the money we've helped to raise." 



    All tickets are now on sale for 12th December can you please pay and collect these from Sensei from Tuesday also remember we need raffle prizes donated if possible it will be an enjoyable night as always. Your family and friends are also welcome we have to fill the venue.


  12. from Saturday 28th Nov, 2015, 12:00am - Sunday 22nd Nov, 2015, 11:59pm
    Is hosting an event for Badminton4Macmillan Week:

    Saturday 28th November 1pm to 4pm

    At QEGS Sports Hall, Ullswater Road, Penrith. CA11 7EG

  13. on Monday 23rd Nov, 2015, all day.
    We meet in the HQ
  14. on Wednesday 13th Jan, 2016, all day.
    Meet in Knavesmire Pub
  15. Royal Air Force Air Cadets from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron joined members of ex-service groups and the Sea Cadets on the football pitch for start of Nuneaton Town’s match against North Ferriby Utd.

    The Veterans and Cadets were on hand to heighten awareness of this year’s Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal. 

    Thankfully the supporters who came to see the game also showed their full and generous support for the Poppy Appeal.
    In all it was a successful game for both the Poppy Appeal and Nuneaton Town who won the match convincingly with a 3 – 1 result

  16. Royal Air Force Air Cadets and staff from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron have been out in the streets of their home town helping with the RBL Poppy Appeal collection.

    Over the past three weeks, the cadets joined other Poppy Appeal collectors as the general public made donations towards the Nuneaton & Stockingford Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal

    The Nuneaton & Stockingford Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal organiser, Archie Smith said, “Last year the generosity of Nuneaton 's citizens saw a record collection. We hope to equal if not beat last year’s record this time”. He added, “Conflicts end but the caring doesn't and I would take this opportunity to thank the cadets for their assistance in trying to help us achieve our goal”.

    Flt Lt Paul Hincks Officer Commanding 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron said, “The cadets always welcome the opportunity to help the RBL with the Poppy Appeal. It’s important that the younger generation understand the real meaning of the poppy collection and why Remembrance Day is so significant”.

    He added, “I would take this opportunity to thank all the Cadets and Staff for giving up their time to help with the collection and also thank the people on Nuneaton for their generously. We are so glad to have been able to do our bit to help the Royal British Legion, to safeguard the welfare, interests and memory of those who have and are still serving in the Armed Forces”.

  17. Royal Air Force Air Cadets from 121( Nuneaton ) Squadron Air Training Corps joined representatives of the Royal British Legion and other ex-service organisations in the Nuneaton’s Newdegate Square for a ceremony to mark the launch of the 2015 Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.

    The Nuneaton & Stockingford Branch of the Royal British Legion launched its Poppy Appeal, on Saturday 24th October. It was an occasion for both Old Soldiers, younger members of the town's cadet forces and other organisations to stand shoulder to shoulder in an effort to heighten awareness of the appeal and help it off to a flying start.

    Cadets from all three services were also out collecting in the town again on Saturday 31st October and again on the 7th November doing their bit to support the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal. 

    The people of Nuneaton gave generously and did their bit to help the Royal British Legion, to safeguard the welfare, interests and memory of those who have and are still serving in the Armed Forces

  18. Royal Air Force Air Cadets from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron abandoned their normal parade night, donned their DP (disruptive pattern) uniform and cam cream and headed off to Gamecock Barracks near Nuneaton for some Fieldcraft Training.

    The night time Fieldcraft Training and Navigation Exercise was held within the training ground of the 30 Signals Regiment Gamecock Barracks and was the culmination of weeks of training and preparation. The training exercise was split into several elements, each designed to give the cadets the opportunity to put their classroom-based training into practice under field conditions and more importantly in the Dark!

  19. Caring cadets collected hundreds of pounds to support war heroes and their families when they hit the streets of Nuneaton.

    Royal Air Force veterans and the Air Cadets of 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron were out in the centre of Nuneaton urging shoppers to dig deep into their pockets and make a donation.

    The collection was part of the `Battle of Britain Wings Appeal' by the Royal Air Forces Association (RAFA) which provides help and support for former members of the RAF.

    In total the group of young people and RAFA members managed to raise £301.45 for the annual appeal and would now like to send out their thanks to everyone who so generously donated.


    Presentations were made at the Club's Annual Dinner held on 13 November 2015

  21. on Thursday 19th Nov, 2015, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
    An open meeting with demonstration by Ian Lloyd
  22. Wed 25th Nov 2015.

    As part of the Badminton England "Badminton 4 Macmillan" week, Flukey Feathers are holding a special event in place of the regular club night. All ages and abilities are welcome. Suggested donation is £2.50 per hour. This is taking place at Avonbourne College, Harewood Avenue, Bournemouth, BH7 6NY. Any quereis- please contact Russell Clarke on 01202 395404.

  23. on Monday 23rd Nov, 2015, 6:45pm - 8:55pm
    Regular training session, which may be accompanied by home Dorset league matches. Even numbers are needed and this event is by invitation only. If any queries please contact Russell Clarke on 01202 395404 or 07780 449544.
    This event occurs every Monday night (except Bank Holidays) from Sep to May. No sessions planned for June/July/Aug.
  24. on Wednesday 2nd Dec, 2015, 8:00pm - 10:00pm
    Regular club night for members and guests. Guests please note the following:- if you are planning on coming for the first time, please contact club secretary Russell Clarke on 01202 395404 or 07780 449544 before attending. Please note we cannot always cater for complete beginners at club night - please call to discuss. Club night is at Avonbourne College, Harewood Avenue, Bournemouth, BH7 6NY
  25. on Wednesday 25th Nov, 2015, 8:00pm - 10:00pm
    Flukey Feathers (in conjunction with Badminton England and Macmillan Cancer Care) are holding a charity night of badminton activities to raise money for Macmillan. All ages and abilities are welcome to come along and have a go! This will be taking over our regular club night at Avonbourne College, Harewood Avenue, Bournemouth, BH7 6NY

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