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  1. The Squadron recently received a thank you letter for our recent "Big Chinwag".  The cadets got to spend the night chatting to each other and in exchange they all gave a £1.  The money goes to help Age Concern stop elderly people being lonely.  Our thanks to all the cadets who participated.


    Look no further - we still have for sale the final 5 of the dozen and a half bowls clocks that we had made. All proceeds go towards Club funds.

    These are brand new quartz/battery clocks set in original, lignum vitae bowls, polished to bring out the grain of the wood so that each is effectively unique.

    The face of the clock is approximately 7cm or 2½ inches across. The bowl itself will vary according to the original size of bowl it’s made from.

    Our price for each bowl clock is £22.

    When they've gone ... they've gone as we will not be able to have any more made at this price.

    Similar clocks marketed by Drakes Pride are advertized online for £60 or more. For answers to any any questions or to buy a clock please contact John G directly or via this website.

  3. We are grateful to Mrs Birkett of Thornton Road, Goxhill who has donated to the Club two pairs of bowls. They originally belonged to her husband and her father-in-law, both of whom were once members of Goxhill Bowls Club.

    The bowls will be added to those already available to be borrowed by new bowlers without their own bowls (or, as occasionally happens, members who have forgotten their own bowls).

  4. on Tuesday 13th Dec, 2016, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
    13 December - 'Festive, Fresh and Funky, a demonstration by Derek Armstrong.
  5. on Tuesday 8th Nov, 2016, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
    8 November - 'Coast to Coast' a demonstration by Audrey Foster.
  6. on Tuesday 11th Oct, 2016, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
    11 October - 'Two's Company' a demonstration by Ann Simpson
  7. on Tuesday 13th Sep, 2016, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
    13 September. -'My World with Flowers' a demonstration by Delise Thorp.
  8. on Tuesday 9th Aug, 2016, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
    9 August - 'Walking the Dogs' a demonstration by Elaine Bedford.
  9. on Tuesday 12th Jul, 2016, 7:00pm - 10:00pm
    12 July. - Club visit to a garden - details to be confirmed
  10. on Tuesday 14th Jun, 2016, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
    14 June.- 'Elemental' a demonstration by Alison Cooper.
  11. on Tuesday 10th May, 2016, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
    10 May. - 'Have Passport will travel' a demonstration by Carys Harrison.
  12. from Thursday 21st Apr, 2016 - Sunday 24th Apr, 2016
    Great Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate
  13. on Tuesday 12th Apr, 2016, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
    12 April (open evening) - 'Gifts of the Season' a demonstration by Diane Fair.
  14. on Tuesday 8th Mar, 2016, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
    'Just for You' a demonstration by Jan Faulkner.
  15. on Tuesday 9th Feb, 2016, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
    AGM (30 mins) followed by "Bloom where you are planted" a demonstration by Lucy Hutton-Smith.
  16. on Tuesday 12th Jan, 2016, 7:00pm - 11:59pm
    Annual dinner for club members - 7 for 7.30.
  17. on Friday 27th Nov, 2015, all day.
  18. on Monday 30th Nov, 2015, all day.
  19. from Monday 30th Nov, 2015 - Monday 28th Dec, 2015
  20. from Tuesday 1st Dec, 2015 - Wednesday 2nd Dec, 2015
    Learn Christmas songs with The Barberettes.

    Come and join our fabulous ladies who sing a capella 4 part close harmony for an evening of fun learning Christmas songs.

    This is a FREE event!

    St John Ambulance Hall, Woodley, Reading, Berks RG5 4EX

    Call Jo on 07570 651836



    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.”


    Details of the Competition -


  23.  8pm Court 10 +

  24. 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


  25. 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.

  26. 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

  27. 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.

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