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  1. on Thursday 25th Dec, 2014, all day.


  4. on Friday 3rd Apr, 2015, 8:30pm - 10:30pm
    B David Lunt v E Gordon Hogg
    C Tom Lambie v F Bryan Woolsey

    replaces 20th October
  5. on Friday 27th Feb, 2015, 8:30pm - 10:30pm
    B David Lunt v C Tom Lambie
    Replaces 9th October

    A Alan Faulds v D Alan Frickleton
    Replaces 20th October
  6. on Wednesday 28th Jan, 2015, 9:55pm - 11:59pm
    1 George McNeill v 2 John Irving
    3 Stuart Milne v 4 Ross McIntosh
    5 David Hewitt v 6 Norman Cummings

    replaces 31st October
  7. on Friday 19th Dec, 2014, 8:30pm - 10:30pm
    A Norman Cummings v F John Irving
    B Stuart Milne v D George McNeill
    C Ross McIntosh v E David Hewitt

    Replaces 5th November
  8. on Wednesday 10th Dec, 2014, 9:55pm - 11:59pm
    A Norman Cummings v D George McNeill
    B Stuart Milne v E David Hewitt
    C Ross McIntosh v F John Irving

    Replaces 16th October
  9. Following receipt of the replacement ice the updated fixture list for the balance of the season is below:

    Date Time Competition Low Rink Mid Rink High Rink
    Wed 26/11/14 17:45 Bennie D v F A v E  
    Mon 01/12/14 20:30 Henderson C v D E v F A v B
    Mon 08/12/14 18:15 Bennie C v E A v F B v D
    Wed 10/12/14 21:55 Henderson A v D B v E C v F
    Fri 19/12/14 20:30 Henderson A v F B v D C v E
    Mon 19/01/15 18:15 Teind Barn KO H3 v H6 H4 v H5  
    Wed 28/01/15 21:55 Sandy Smart 1 v 2 3 v 4 5 v 6
    Mon 02/02/15 18:15 Teind Barn KO H1 v H4 or H5 H2 v H3 or H6  
    Thu 19/02/15 20:30 Henderson B v F D v E A v C
    Fri 27/02/15 20:30 Bennie B v C A v D  
    Fri 06/03/15 20:30 President's Prize 2 v 3 4 v 5 1 v 6
    Mon 16/03/15 20:30 Henderson B v D A v F C v E
    Thu 26/03/15 18:15 Points      
    Mon 30/03/15 18:15 Teind Barn KO Final    
    Wed 01/04/2015 17:45 Henderson A v E D v F C v B
    Fri 03/04/15 20:30 Bennie B v E C v F  







  10. on Wednesday 26th Nov, 2014, 5:45pm - 8:00pm
    D Alan Frickleton v F Bryan Woolsey
    A Alan Faulds v E Gordon Hogg

    Replaces 9th October
  11. For most young people flying means going on holiday. They will never take control of an aircraft themselves but for two young Nuneaton based Royal Air Force Air Cadets who recently took to the skies during a visit to RAF Cosford, taking control was what it was all about.

    This was the first time that Cadets Matthew Waudby and Jack Conway from 121 ( Nuneaton ) Squadron had been powered flying with the Air Cadets. They both had a 30 minute flight in one of No. 8 Air Experience Flight's (AEF) single engine Grob Tutors, not long by holiday flight standards but a flight in a Tutor when you get to fly the aircraft yourself is something completely different.

    During an Air Experience Flight the pilot taxis out to the runway, takes off and finds some clear airspace. Depending on the conditions at the time the pilot may offer you the opportunity to try some aerobatics, alternately you may be given the chance of taking control of the aircraft yourself.

    When the pilot hands over the control of the aircraft, you will hear the words, "You have control." You then place your had on the control column and your feet on the rudder peddles and reply, “I have control sir” and that's it, you're now flying one of the RAF's Grob Tutor's. Don't worry, the pilot will guide you through the controls and you may even get the chance to try out one or two aerobatic manoeuvres yourself. No other youth group could offer you such an opportunity.

    After his flight, Nuneaton based Air Cadet Matthew Waudby said, “This was the first time I've been flying at No.8 AEF with the cadets. It was a totally new experience. The best part of the flight was when I got to take control of the aircraft myself. The pilot said, 'You have control', once I was comfortable with the controls I replied 'I have control, sir!' It was quite scary to begin with but once I adjusted myself to it, it was great fun. I even managed to do some aerobatics including a loop and a role. I would definitely recommend it to anyone and I can't wait to fly again.

    On completing his flight, Cadet Jack Conway summed up his experience, with the comment, “Best thing I’ve done in years, brilliant”.

    Flt Lt Paul Hincks Officer Commanding 121 (Nuneaton ) Squadron said . “This was the first time that Matthew and Jack had been flying with No.8 AEF and I hope it's given them a taste of what it's like to take control of an aircraft themselves. Its one thing going in a holiday jet but it's a different story in a two-seater airplane when you! get to Take Control”.

    He added, “Flying is one of the core activities for Air cadets. It's the unique opportunity to fly that makes the Air Cadets so different from any other youth organization, so if you're interested in flying and want to take control yourself why not come along and Join Our Team.”

  12. from Sunday 22nd Mar, 2015 - Friday 3rd Apr, 2015
    Bonus Ball Money due
    New quarter starts Saturday 4th April 2015
  13. from Saturday 20th Dec, 2014 - Friday 2nd Jan, 2015
    Bonus Ball Money due
    New quarter starts Saturday 3rd January 2015
  14. on Thursday 5th Mar, 2015, 8:30pm - 10:45pm
    Held @ March Indoor Bowls Club
    Home to Chatteris ~ Rinks 2 & 3
  15. on Tuesday 20th Jan, 2015, 6:15pm - 8:30pm
    Held @ March Indoor Bowls Club
    Home to March Town ~ Rinks 1 & 2
  16. on Tuesday 2nd Dec, 2014, 8:30pm - 10:45pm
    Held @ March Indoor Bowls Club
    Away to GER ~Rinks 2 & 3
  17. on Monday 1st Dec, 2014, 7:00pm - 8:00pm
    Meeting to discuss, new committee members, minutes of the March & District AGM, Members to decide if & what March |& District competitions they wish to be entered into and pay their fee of £1-50 per entry. Collect bonus ball funds for next quqrter starting in January.
  18. Well done, ladies. We'rea step closer to winning the league!

  19. Due to matters out of our control there will be no classes tonight. Apologies for any inconvenience. Classes back to normal next week. Have a good weekend.

  20. Thirteen-year-old Paige Eaves was one of the many Royal Air Force Air Cadets to attend the Bedworth Armistice Day parade on the 11th November. But for Paige, this was no ordinary parade. She had been selected to carry the National Standard of the War Widows Association of Great Britain.

    Lucie Wilkinson of the War Widows Association had requested that Cadet Paige Eaves of 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron Air Training Corps carry the Associations National Standard during the parade and as such Paige found herself representing the women of Britain who are all too often forgotten as victims of war.

    At Thirteen, Paige is just two years younger than Lucie Wilkinson was, when she joined the Word War II Belgian resistance movement. Lucie became part of an elaborate network that was known as the Comet Line and was responsible for helping ten British airmen to evade capture and make their way across occupied Europe and back to Britain.

    After the parade Lucie Wilkinson and the other members of the War Widows Association contingent thanked Paige for the excellent way in which she had represented Britain's War Widows by carrying the Associations National Standard.

    The War Widows Association is essentially a group that exists to improve the conditions of War Widows and their dependants. It helps women who have suffered bereavement as a result of World War II and all conflicts since then including Iraq and more recently Afghanistan. The Association also represents those who have suffered the loss of their husband in peacetime.

    Flt Lt Paul Hincks, Officer Commanding 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron said, “This was the first time that Paige had carried a standard in a parade and with it being such an important National Association Standard at a major event, she was understandably a bit nervous. All I can say is that she did a marvellous job of representing both the Air Cadet Organisation and more importantly on this occasion the War Widows Association”.

  21. 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 96-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.


    The Band of 121 ( Nuneaton ) Squadron headed by their Drum Major Cpl Breanne Richter, carrying the Memorial Mace, which bears the name of Bedworth's own music loving War Hero Sergeant Dennis Wale, led a contingent of Air cadets from Squadrons within the Warwickshire & Birmingham Wing. Sea and Army cadets, school children and members of other youth organisations were also on parade representing the next generation, who will eventually be entrusted with keeping Bedworth's Armistice Day Parade tradition alive.


    Rank upon rank of old soldiers and members of the cadet forces didn't let the bad weather beat them as the parade led by the military bands and a massed formation of ex-service and cadet standards made its way through the streets to the town's war memorial for the service of remembrance which was led by the Rev Richard Hare, who had himself served 22 years in the RAF.


    After the service, hundreds of veterans representing, the Royal Navy, almost every regiment of the Army and the Royal Air Force together with the Cadets from all three services and other youth organisations proudly marched through the town, to the sound of the regimental bands and the applause of the flag waving crowds.


    The salute was taken by the Lord Lieutenant of Warwickshire Timothy Cox and the Mayor of Nuneaton & Bedworth. Wing Commander Steve Mills RAFVR(T) and Squadron Leader Martin Harrison RAFVR(T) were also at the saluting base.


    After the parade Gil Leach chairman of the Bedworth Armistice Day Parade Group said, "I am so pleased with the turn-out, the town and everyone including the cadets did us proud."


    Flight Lieutenant Paul Hincks, Media Communications Officer for Warwickshire & Birmingham Wing said, “The Bedworth Armistice Day parade is really something quite special, to see the bands and rank upon rank of Standards and veterans, from all over the country marching through the streets is just a stunning sight. Those cadets who had special duties during the service, Wreath Bearers, Standard Bearers, the Band and all the other cadets in the marching contingent did an absolutely outstanding job not only of representing the Air Cadet movement but also our parent service.”

  22. 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.


    For the very first time, a special Book of Remembrance, containing the Roll of Honour, naming those from Nuneaton who lost their lives in the Great War was placed at the foot War Memorial by Royal Air Force Air Cadets, Holly Odam and Mathew Waudby.


    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.


    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.


    Poppy-wearing youngsters stood alongside war veterans with their medals as they gathered around the Riversley Park War Memorial for the civic service. An honour guard formed by Sea, Army and Air cadets and commanded by 121 Squadrons Warrant Officer Jim Taylor, stood in silent vigil at the War memorial during the wreath laying ceremony.


    The 121 ( Nuneaton ) Squadron wreath was laid by Cadet Flight Sergeant Connor Little.


    Following the service the Air Cadet Band of 121 Squadron formed up for the march past. The parade was a stirring sight, with the cadet band leading and a forest of Royal British Legion , ex-service Association and Cadet Standards fluttering in the autumn wind as they marched in procession along Coton Road and past the saluting base at the Council House.


    Flight Lieutenant Paul Hincks, Officer Commanding 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron said, “I think it all went off very well. The weather could hardly have been better and there was, as usual, a very large public turnout”.


    “Once again the cadets of all three services have taken a leading role in the towns Remembrance Day Parade and I would like to thank every one of them for helping to make the parade such a success. I would also like to say how much of an honour it was for Air Cadets, Holly Odam and Mathew Waudby to be chosen to carry the Roll of Honour which was commissioned to mark the Centenary of the outbreak of the First Word War”.


    “It's so important that we don't forget the ultimate sacrifice made by so many fallen servicemen and women and the younger generation especially those of the Cadet Forces are key to ensuring that future generations continue to Remember.”

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


    On Sunday 2nd November, members of the Polish community were joined by representatives of local Ex-service Associations and the Royal Air Force Air Cadet band from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron who led the procession 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.


    The service was conducted by the Rev Romuald Szczodrowsdki, leader of the area's Polish Catholic Community who is based in Spingfield Road, Coventry


    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.


    There are nine graves of Polish airman at Baginton. They were serving with 308 (Krakow) Squadron, which flew both Spitfires and Hurricanes from RAF Baginton, now Coventry Airport. There are also many more of their fellow countrymen buried in Nuneaton's, Oaston Road Cemetery, who lost their lives whilst serving at RAF Bramcote and RAF Nuneaton which were training bases for Polish bomber Squadrons.


    Flight Lieutenant Paul Hincks, Officer Commanding 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron said, “We are always delighted to be able to attend the Polish Ex-Combatants Association Remembrance Service. It's so important that we don't forget the ultimate sacrifice made by so many fallen Polish airmen who served with the RAF at local airfields during the war”.


    He added, “The link between Nuneaton based Air Cadets and Polish airmen goes back to 1942 when our cadets regularly visited RAF Bramcote and RAF Nuneaton. In fact this year we held the second Battle of Britain Day service in Nuneaton to remember the many Polish, German and Commonwealth servicemen who are buried in the Oaston Road Cemetery”.


    “I am delighted to say that following the support we received for the service in September we are now hoping to make the Nuneaton Battle of Britain Day parade an annual event and have provisionally set the date for the 2015 service at the Oaston Road Cemetery as Sunday 13th September. I hope we will be able to count on the continued support of the ex-service and Polish community for this event.” 

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

    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 high visibility Lions Club 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."

  25. 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 2014 Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.

    The Nuneaton & Stockingford Branch of the Royal British Legion launched its Poppy Appeal, on Saturday 25th October. It was an occasion for both Old Soldiers, younger members of the town's cadet forces and other youth organisations to stand shoulder to shoulder in an effort to heighten awareness of the appeal and help it off to a flying start.

    Air Cadet Drummers from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron, led the colourful parade of Standard bearers, ex-servicemen and women and representatives from the cadet forces as they marched from the United Reformed Church into Newdegate Square for the ceremony to launch the appeal.

    This dignified and emotive ceremony to launch the annual appeal, brought the Nuneaton town centre to a virtual standstill as people gathered to remember those who have, and are still, putting their lives on the line for their country.

    To coincide with the 100th anniversary of the start of World War One, the ceremony began with the reading of the names of Nuneaton’s fallen World War One heroes.

    During the ceremony, the standard bearers from the Royal British Legion, ex-service organisations and cadet forces dipped their standards in salute for a minutes silence in between the Last Post and Reveille.

    The ceremony concluded with a special performances of part of a play entitled 'The Boy from the Boro' which is based on extracts from war diaries, soldier’s  letters and the stories of men who fought in the great war and portrays the personal, sometimes harrowing story of Arthur Horobin a young Nuneaton lad and his journey through World War One.

    Following the ceremony cadets from 121 Squadron joined other Poppy Appeal collectors as the general public began making donations.

    Archie Smith, Poppy Organiser for the Nuneaton & Stockingford branch of the RBL said, “We are always looking for volunteers to help with the Poppy Appeal and I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the young cadets for their vital support.”

    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 is important that the younger generation understand the real meaning of the poppy collection and why Remembrance Day is so significant”.

    He added, “Cadets from all three services will be out collecting in the town again next Saturday 1st  November and again on the 8th November doing their bit to support the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal. Hopefully the people of Nuneaton will be able to give generously and do 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”.

  26. Hi Folks,

    Due to major computer issues I am not able to upload the lovely photos that Lizzie kindly sent in from Halloween. Hopefully service will resume shortly. Apologies for this issue.



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