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  1. on Monday 6th Jul, 2015, 2:00pm - 4:59pm
    A visit to the tricky Burwell green today.
  2. on Monday 6th Jul, 2015, 2:00pm - 5:59pm
    Revenge for a defeat at Ely earlier in the season would be good.
  3. from Friday 3rd Jul, 2015, 2:00pm - Wednesday 27th May, 2015, 4:59pm
    Last years runners up provide the opposition today.
  4. on Friday 3rd Jul, 2015, 6:30pm - 8:59pm
    Good luck to Dot's Team at Lt Shelford.
  5. on Thursday 2nd Jul, 2015, 6:30pm - 8:59pm
    A trip to Gt Chesterford this evening.
  6. on Thursday 2nd Jul, 2015, 6:30pm - 8:59pm
    We welcome Abbey to the club this evening.
  7. on Wednesday 1st Jul, 2015, 6:30pm - 8:59pm
    Dare we hope. If we beat Foxton in the first round, it Longstanton or Coleridge in the next.
  8. We were out bowled tonight at Melbourn, our only success coming from Glen's rink. Cliff's rink came close leading by a single shot at 17 ends, they dropped a 2 at the last. Peter/Jennies rink kept close all the way without getting their noses in front, while on Keith's rink, we were level at 9 ends, before coming unstuck in the second half. Never mind friendly people and a very nice cuppa at the end.

  9. Cottenham proved just too strong for Stretham in this annual friendly, with comfortable wins for Cliff, Keith and Jennie's rinks, while the only blemish was on Reg's rink where we crashed to defeat.

  10. After a very promising start to the season the B Team came down to earth with a bump, going down to Fordham A, who showed their intention of a quick return to Div 1 after their relegation last season.

  11. What a crazy game this bowls is. Keith's rink struggled to 11-12 down at ten ends. They then went on a spree scoring 21-1 on the last eight to run out 32-13 winners. On Jennie's rink, we led 22-3 after ten ends, then the wheels came off failing to add to our score over the next six ends and conceding 12 shots, before scoring 3 shots from the last two ends to finish at 25-15. On Barry's rink from 11-3 up at ten ends, they then managed to lose the next four conceding 8 shots, before finishing with 4 singles to run out 15-10 winners.So all in all, a very satisfying victory over Fordham to avenge a very narrow defeat of two years ago in the same competition. It's Sutton at home in the next round.

     

     

  12. on Wednesday 12th Aug, 2015, 7:30pm - 9:00pm
    Gladys Tetley room, start time 7.30pm, hard stop at 9.00pm
  13. on Thursday 3rd Sep, 2015, 7:15pm - 10:00pm
    Summer Bowl team Final and third and fourth place play off on court 2.
  14. High Flying Air Cadets from Nuneaton have recently had their personal achievements recognised during their Annual Awards Ceremony at the Nuneaton Old Edwardians Rugby Football Club

    During his opening address, Flight Lieutenant Paul Hincks, Officer Commanding 121 ( Nuneaton ) Squadron said, “We are delighted that so many parents, family members and friends of the Squadron are able to join us tonight”.

    "Over the past 12 months our cadets have been taking part in a wide range of Air Cadet activities, which have resulted in some notable successes and achievements by individual cadets and the Squadron as a whole”.

    "The Squadron also continues to play an active part within the local community especially at civic events and with its support for ex-service organisations such as the RAFA, the RBL and the Veterans Contact Point and I am delighted that representatives from these organisations have been able to join us tonight”.

    "I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the Squadron Staff and the Civilian Committee members without whom none of this would be possible. I would also like to thank those people who have given up their valuable time to help with driving the Squadron minibus, thus enabling the Squadron to fulfil its operational commitments”.

    "Tonight however is first and foremost a celebration of the efforts and achievements of our cadets, not just those receiving awards this evening, but every single one of you”.

    "And to those of you, who do not get called out tonight, please don't be disappointed, use the example of those receiving awards as inspiration for what you yourselves could achieve in the future”.

    Then it was over to Mr Len Hardy, the Squadron's Civilian Committee Chairman who acted as master of ceremonies to announce the award categories and winners. Len explained that the Air Cadet Awards Ceremony was being held in order to recognise the work and achievements of cadets and staff both in their personal development and in support of the local community. He said, “Every member of the Squadron should be justly proud of their own efforts over the past year and it has been difficult to pick the winners of the awards being given out tonight.”

    Mr Hardy then invited the various guests to present the cadet awards in the following categories:-

    Best Cadet    - This award is given to the cadet who has been nominated by the Staff as being the cadet who has consistently shown and demonstrated outstanding commitment and achievement across all areas of Air Cadet Training and Community involvement. The Best Cadet Award was presented to Cdt Paige Eaves

    The Music Award  - This award goes to the cadet who has shown outstanding musical prowess. The award, donated by Student Music Supplies, was presented to Cdt Hollie Farmer.

    Cadet Sporting Achiever    - This award goes to both the Male and Female cadets who have demonstrated the most outstanding commitment and sporting achievement at Squadron, Wing and Regional level.   The Winner of The female Cadet Sporting achiever was Cpl Atlanta Curless and the Winner of The male Cadet Sporting achiever was Cdt Matthew Waudby.

    Cadets Cadet    - This award is different from that of the best cadet in that it is the award given to the cadet that has been nominated by their peers – fellow cadets. The Cadets Cadet Award was presented to Cdt Robert Ormston.

    Cadet Drill & Turnout Award    - This award recognises the cadet who has shown military bearing and excellence in their drill and turnout over the year. The Cadet Drill & Turnout Award, donated by the Bedworth Branch of The Parachute Regiment Association was presented to Cdt Shaun Hadley.

    The Most Improved Cadet    - This award goes to the cadet who has shown the most improvement across all activities. The Ubique Partnerships Ltd Award, was presented to Cdt Daniel Humpage

    Outdoor Leadership Award - This new award, donated by Outdoor Commando Fitness, is awarded to the cadet who has demonstrated outstanding leadership potential during the Squadron's adventurous training activities. The Outdoor Leadership Award was presented to Flight Sergeant Matthew Carrington

    Alf Perry Memorial Trophy - A new Award introduced for 2015 following the sad passing of Alf Perry one of the Squadrons most ardent Civilian Committee fund raisers. The Alf Perry Memorial Trophy has been commissioned as an award to recognise the fund raising efforts of the cadet selected by the Civilian Committee who has shown the most consistent support for fund raising for the Squadron and other charitable organisations. The Alf Perry Memorial Trophy was awarded to Cdt Matthew Waudby

    Following the presentation of the main Squadron Trophies, cadets and staff were presented with a range of training certificates and the Commanding Officer also announced several promotions

    The formal presentations were followed by a Disco, which had been organised by the Squadron's Civilian Instructors as a big thank-you to the cadets for all their hard work over the previous year.

     

  15. Royal Air Force Air Cadets, Staff and Civilian Committee members from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron were out on Sunday 10th May helping with water stations, and directing competitors at the Bosworth Half Marathon.

    The Bosworth Half Marathon is a well established, event that attracts runners of all abilities from seasoned athletes to first timers.  The venue, Market Bosworth Water Trust, provided a fantastic base for a great start to the rural course that took in some lovely Leicestershire scenery around the historic town of Mkt Bosworth.

    The team of marshals from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron were tasked with; directing competitors to the start, Manning two of the water stations and handing out T-shirts, medals and shed loads of Fyffes bananas to the competitors as they crossed the finishing line.

    Flight Lieutenant Paul Hincks, officer commanding 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron, said, “Everyone that turned out to help did a brilliant job and their efforts were praised by both the competitors and organises of the event”.

  16. Ten Cadets from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron did their utmost to Run, Jump and Throw their way to winning Two Gold’s a Silver and a Bronze medal at the recent Warwickshire & Birmingham Wing athletics championships at the Tudor Grange Park Stadium in Birmingham.

    Cdt Hughes came home with Gold in both the 800mtrs and 300mtrs, Cdt Little got Bronze in the high jump and Cdt Farmer Silver in the long jump.

    Following their performance at the Warwickshire & Birmingham Wing Athletics championships, two 121 Squadron cadets have been selected to represent the Wing at the inter-wing athletics to be held on Sunday 7 June at Bedford Athletics stadium.

    Cadet Faith Hughes has been selected for both the Class D Girls 400m and 800m
    Cadet Benjamin Little has been selected for the Class B Boys 100m relay

    OC 121 Said, “I am so proud of the effort put in by all our cadets, most of whom took part in three events. Everyone in the team did their very best for the Squadron and as a result of their outstanding performance our small team of 10 competing cadets have come home with a total of four medals. I would also send a massive thank you to the supporting staff and cadets who helped to manage the team”

  17. Nuneaton based Royal Air Force Air Cadet  Paige Eaves recently took to part in her very First Air cadet Annual Camp at the Royal Air Force College Cranwell

    Paige takes up the story in her own words;

    Having arrived at the Squadron for 12:30, FS Little, FS Carrington, Cpl Curless, Cdt Waudby and I were making final checks that we had packed everything we needed for the Easter Camp at RAFC Cranwell. Upon arriving at the base, we were welcomed by the camps staff members who were going to be spending the next week with us.  After meeting the other cadets and being split into two flights, we were given a familiarisation task where we had to find certain points located around the base.

    After waking up early the next morning, we travelled to Leeds for the Royal Armouries Museum. An enjoyable day was had by all but everyone was looking forward to the swimming. Once we were back at Cranwell, we headed over to the swimming pool where we could earn our Swimming Competence Certificate.

    The next day we woke up earlier and travelled to the American War Cemetery. After having a guided tour, we were able to walk around the Cemetery

    Unfortunately for staff, lunch finished at 12:30 at Cranwell, meaning we weren’t going to be able to make it back in time. To the delight of every cadet, we stopped off at McDonalds on the way back! Once we were back at Cranwell, we headed over to the parade square where we could improve on our drill. Although everyone was tired, we were all up for bowling later that evening.

    On Tuesday we were able to visit Cranwell College Officers Mess where we then had a group photo outside. In the afternoon, our listening and team working skills were put to the test throughout many leadership exercises. Here, we were each assigned a role to help the groups in completing the challenges. Later in the evening, we headed over to a large grass area where our skills were put to the test again, however this time, it was for sport.

    Over the next few days, we visited Conningsby and later went to laser quest which was enjoyed by both cadets and staff. 

    Our week at RAFC Cranwell was soon coming to an end, however not all of us had been flying yet. On Thursday, Cdt Waudby and I were lucky enough to have a 2 and a half hour flight in a King Air.

    Once we got changed out of uniform, we went to the sports centre within Cranwell where we had more listening exercises. These exercises improved our trust in one another even more and at the end, we got the chance to ask questions to the RAF Recruitment team. Later that evening, we had a disco where the Paper Plate Awards were presented. 

    Overall, it was a very enjoyable first camp for me, one that I won’t be forgetting any time soon!

  18. Royal Air Force Air Cadets from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron got a little more than they were expecting when they attended the "Airbase gets Airborne" display at Coventry Airport.

    The "Airbase gets Airborne"  day featured flying displays from historic aircraft such as the Meteor NF.11, with her characteristic long nose, the De Haviland Vampire, Avro Anson, Jet Provost T5 and an added extra for the Air Cadets, a blast from their past the Slingsby  Venture T2 power glider.

    However, as a massive added bonus to the original plan for the day, the cadets also had a guided tour of some of the Coventry Airport based Airways Aviation training aircraft and some of them also managed to have a flight in one of their Twin Star flight simulators.

    The highlight of the "Airbase gets Airborne" programme was an all engine run by the Avro Shackleton which is currently being restored to flying condition.

    Flight Lieutenant Paul Hincks, officer commanding 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron, said, “Having worked on the Shackleton many years ago, it was wonderful to see this big old bird coming back to life as three of its four engines fired up. For some reason the starboard inner engine didn’t want to start up but that didn’t detract from the thrill of the amazing noise of the three Griffons that did fire up as they ran up speed and the sight of those massive contra-rotating propellers flattening the grass was breath-taking”.

    He added, “The Airbase gets Airborne event was well worth going to see, plenty of static aircraft to explore and some really good flying displays from the different historic aircraft. But I must take this opportunity to thank Michael Hadley for adding a massive bonus to the day by organising the visit to the Airways Aviation training facility”. 

  19. on Saturday 19th Sep, 2015, all day.
    Historical theatre drama production about the Titanic, and her links to south Devon.

    Survivors of the Titanic will be performed in Paignton and Brixham, in September 2015, with tickets going on sale by the end of April for this production. With a beautifully costumed production by a group experienced in performing historical drama, and a huge age range of performers, this show will bring a new adaptation to the stage, and hopefully create wider interest in this little know and under-remembered part of Devons sea heritage.

    Performances at
    The Edge, Brixham: 3pm and 7pm Saturday Sept 19th.
    ADDRESS: Bolton Street, Brixham, Torbay TQ5 9DH
    Tickets are £6 adults and £5 concs

    Ticket information and bookings via
    http://www.southdevonplayers.com/box-office.html

    Video trailer for the show
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNFga1A4H9s&feature=youtu.be
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    Following a ten-year history of researching, writing and performing historical and period dramas, the South Devon Players theatre & film company from Brixham, in Torbay, south Devon, the Players are now bringing to life one of the most famous sea disasters of all time, with a new stage production, Survivors of the Titanic. This drama follows the stories of various crew members and passengers on board the liner, and how some of the surviving crew, including those with links to Devon and Cornwall, were returned to Plymouth on board the SS Lapland, arriving at Millbay Docks, before travelling on by train to Southampton. This is but one of the fascinating links between Plymouth, and the Titanic, and we have been lucky enough to receive a great deal of historical research and support from local historian Nigel Voisey who is championing this aspect of Devons history.


    The South Devon Players Theatre Company are members of both the National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA) and of the Brixham Chamber of Commerce.

    Join our email mailing list at http://www.southdevonplayers.com/join-mailing-list.html

    The SOUTH DEVON PLAYERS central weblinks
    Our main website: www.southdevonplayers.com
    Our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/sdevonplayers
    Our facebook discussion group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/southdevonplayers
    Our Twitter: https://twitter.com/sdevonplayers
  20. on Friday 18th Sep, 2015, all day.
    Historical theatre drama production about the Titanic, and her links to south Devon.

    Survivors of the Titanic will be performed in Paignton and Brixham, in September 2015, with tickets going on sale by the end of April for this production. With a beautifully costumed production by a group experienced in performing historical drama, and a huge age range of performers, this show will bring a new adaptation to the stage, and hopefully create wider interest in this little know and under-remembered part of Devons sea heritage.

    Performances at
    Palace Theatre, Paignton: 7pm, Friday Sept 18th.
    ADDRESS: Palace Avenue, Paignton TQ3 3HF
    Tickets are £6 adults and £5 concs


    Ticket information and bookings via
    http://www.southdevonplayers.com/box-office.html

    Video trailer for the show
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNFga1A4H9s&feature=youtu.be
    _______________________________________________

    Following a ten-year history of researching, writing and performing historical and period dramas, the South Devon Players theatre & film company from Brixham, in Torbay, south Devon, the Players are now bringing to life one of the most famous sea disasters of all time, with a new stage production, Survivors of the Titanic. This drama follows the stories of various crew members and passengers on board the liner, and how some of the surviving crew, including those with links to Devon and Cornwall, were returned to Plymouth on board the SS Lapland, arriving at Millbay Docks, before travelling on by train to Southampton. This is but one of the fascinating links between Plymouth, and the Titanic, and we have been lucky enough to receive a great deal of historical research and support from local historian Nigel Voisey who is championing this aspect of Devons history.


    The South Devon Players Theatre Company are members of both the National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA) and of the Brixham Chamber of Commerce.

    Join our email mailing list at http://www.southdevonplayers.com/join-mailing-list.html

    The SOUTH DEVON PLAYERS central weblinks
    Our main website: www.southdevonplayers.com
    Our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/sdevonplayers
    Our facebook discussion group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/southdevonplayers
    Our Twitter: https://twitter.com/sdevonplayers
  21. Members of Nuneaton’s Nepalese community, Ex-Service personnel and local Air Cadets have all been hard at work sorting hundreds of bags of clothing destined for the Nepalese people who have lost so much following the devastating earthquake.

    In response to an appeal from the local Nepalese community for clothing and toys, the people of Nuneaton responded generously, dropping of their bags of much needed clothing at the Nuneaton based Veterans Contact Point. In fact the appeal attracted so much support that the volunteers who were sorting the bags of donated goods were considering closing the doors to any further donations.

    Local Nepalese families, Ex-Service personnel from the Veterans Contact Point and Royal Air Force Air Cadets from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron, stood shoulder to shoulder as they sorted the ever growing mountain of donations, bagging everything up ready to be collected by the Queen’s Gurkha Signals based at Gamecock Barracks who will then be preparing the consignment  for shipment to Nepal.

    Flight Lieutenant Paul Hincks, officer commanding 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron, said, “It was so good to see so many people of all ages coming together following the call for help in support of the Nepalese people so badly hit by such a devastating earthquake”.

    “We have all seen the terrible scenes on the news broadcasts of families that have lost everything and our Cadets were so pleased to be able to show their support for our local Nepalese community and help out in whatever way they could. Hopefully this shipment of clothing and toys will help to make life just that little bit easier for many families in Nepal”.

    If you would like to show your support for the Nepalese people you can do so by making a donation to the Nepal Earthquake Appeal at www.dec.org.uk

  22. The Lord Lieutenant of Warwickshire thanks Nuneaton Air Cadets for collecting more than £1000 towards the RBL Poppy Appeal.

    Nuneaton based Air Cadets and other members of the cadet forces from across the Coventry and Warwickshire area, who raised over £60,000 for the Poppy Appeal, have been honoured by the Royal British Legion at a special presentation evening.

    The young cadets from the Air Training Corps, Army Cadet Force, Sea Cadets and other youth groups who had all actively participated in the 2014 Warwickshire County Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal collection had all been invited to the special event at the Old Shire Hall in Warwick where they all received the thanks of the Lord Lieutenant of Warwickshire for their outstanding support for the appeal.

    The aim of the Lord Lieutenant's competition is to promote relationships between local Royal British Legion Branches, Poppy Appeal Organisers and Cadet Units whilst raising funds for the Poppy Appeal. The awards ceremony helps to bring everyone together to celebrate the success, time given and commitment of all involved.

    The Lord Lieutenant of Warwickshire, Mr Tim Cox, presented all the participating cadet units with a Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal Certificate in recognition of their contribution to the 2014 collection and also presented county competition awards to individual cadets and units that collected the most money for the Appeal.

    The Air Cadets from Nuneaton had collected over £1000 for the appeal, an outstanding amount given the fact that the weather during the collection period had been really bad thus reducing the number of the people in the town.

    During his address, the Lord Lieutenant of Warwickshire Mr Tim Cox said that he was impressed by the outstanding efforts that the young men and women of the cadet forces had put into helping to raise over £60,000 towards the 2014 Poppy Appeal collections. He also pledged his continued support for the young cadets who continue to raise the money so desperately need each year to support the welfare of the ex-service community."

  23. Royal Air Force Air Cadets from 121 (Nuneaton) and 198 (Hinckley) Squadrons recently joined forces to put a total of 19 cadets through the Expedition element of the Bronze Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme.

    One group of youngsters including four Nuneaton based cadets undertook their final Bronze level qualifying expedition and a further two groups of cadets, seven from Nuneaton who had spent weeks undergoing intensive training took part in their first practice expedition.

    The cadets from both Squadrons worked extremely well together within their groups, each taking their part in the map reading as they navigated their way around the two day route through the Leicestershire countryside between Congerstone and Wykin, sleeping under canvas overnight at Upton Barn.

    Despite the periods of intensive rain and high winds the cadets braved everything the weather could throw at them and remained in good spirits.

    The expedition is the first of four different sections of the Duke of Edinburgh Award that the cadets will have to complete before they qualify for the Bronze level award, the other three elements being:- 

    • Volunteering – Participating in projects which help the local community.
    • Skill – Learning a new skill.
    • Physical Recreation – Improving their fitness through Physical Training 

    The 4 sections are covered as part of the training curriculum of the Air Cadets, which is the largest operating authority of the Duke of Edinburgh Award. Each level of the Award Bronze, Silver and finally Gold, takes around 12 months to complete and is recognised by many organisations and prospective employers as an indicator of spirit, drive and determination in an individual. 

    Officer Commanding 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron Flt Lt Paul Hincks said "The cadets have worked extremely hard to get through their Bronze expeditions. I am really proud of all of them and would also like to thank all the staff from both Squadrons that got them there. The whole team, staff and cadets, from both units enjoyed the opportunity to get out into the countryside and work together so well”.

    “Not having had the necessary qualified staff at 121 Squadron, it’s been some time since we were able to run our own expeditions, however I would take this opportunity on behalf of all of those from 121 Squadron who took part to thank Flt Lt Parry and his staff from 198 Squadron for giving us the opportunity to team up with them, it really is appreciated”.

    “We are now looking forward to seeing the four Nuneaton cadets who underwent the qualifying expedition complete their final elements of the Bronze level award. The other seven Nuneaton cadets who underwent their practice expedition will now need to undertake a further qualifying 

  24. Nuneaton based Air Cadets joined hundreds of Cadets and Staff from 26 other Air Cadet Units within the Warwickshire and Birmingham Wing as they converged on the Nesscliffe Training Centre in Shropshire for their Annual Wing Field Training Day.

    The Warwickshire and Birmingham Wing Field Day, the largest event of the year for the Wing, attended by hundreds of cadets and staff from all over the region, is a day of inter squadron competition and an opportunity for cadets to take part in a variety of training activities. 

    The day's competitive events included the band competition, drill, first aid, public relations, marksmanship, aircraft recognition, modelling.

    In addition to the competitive events cadets had the opportunity to undergo radio communications training, take their weapons handling tests and even have a go on the climbing tower.  The day was that full of action that it even attracted the attention of the Eye in the Sky in the form of a National Police Air Service helicopter that, much to the delight of the cadets, came to see what they were up to.

    The Training Day ended with a parade during which the Officer Commanding Warwickshire & Birmingham Wing, Wing Commander Stuart Iles present awards to competition winners. 

    The highlight of the presentations for the cadets and staff of 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron came as Wing Commander Stuart Iles presented them with trophies for taking first place in four of the day’s competitions; the Public Relations, Photographic, Media Design and the Band Percussion Section competitions.

    Following their success, the percussion section of the Squadron’s band together with units Media Communications team will be representing the Warwickshire and Birmingham wing at the Central & East Regional Field Day to be held on Sunday 6th September 2015.

    Officer Commanding 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron Flt Lt Paul Hincks said, "We have done extremely well again this year, coming seventh out of twenty-Seven units, with our success being directly attributable to the outstanding amount of hard work and preparation by all of our Cadets and Staff”.

    He added, “I would like to congratulate all the cadets who took part today and the adult staff that helped to train them. Every cadet who took part should be justly proud of his or her performance and I hope we can repeat our success when we compete at regional level in September”

  25. Just a reminder there is no class on at Dunston tomorrow (25th May) due to the Bank Holiday. All students who would normally be at this class can come along to the class on Thursday 28th May instead - just let Mrs. Gray know. Have a great bank Holiday! cool

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