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  1. on Friday 5th Sep, 2014, 7:45pm - 9:15pm
    Scout section restarts meetings for the autumn term - boys and girls aged 10 to 14 years old
  2. on Wednesday 3rd Sep, 2014, 6:15pm - 7:45pm
    Cub Scouts restart meetings for the autumn term - girls and boys aged 8 to 10 1/2 years old
  3. on Tuesday 2nd Sep, 2014, 6:15pm - 7:15pm
    First meeting for the new term for the Beaver Scout section - 6 to 8 year old boys and girls
    TEAM P W D L F A PTS  
    Church Fenton 14 10 2 2 766 680 77 C
    Stewart 14 8 2 4 722 625 65 P
    Copmanthorpe A 14 8 1 5 791 638 62  
    Stamford Bridge A 14 8 1 5 764 629 62  
    Rowntree A 14 6 2 6 689 694 61  
    Dunnington B 14 6 0 8 682 706 52  
    Wigginton A 14 3 2 9 614 704 42 R
    Strensall 14 2 0 12 592 853 27 R
    TEAM P W D L F A PTS  
    Selby C 11 6 3 2 515 447 60  
    Wigginton B 10 9 0 1 524 420 57  
    Copmanthorpe B 9 6 1 2 422 428 44  
    Riccall 11 4 0 7 544 536 39  
    Church Fenton A 12 2+1C 2 7 447 488 38  
    Tockwith A 8 2 1 5 345 363 25  
    Rowntree B 11 2 1 7+1C 376 495 23 R
  5. BATAGas Triples League

    as of 18 August

    BATA Played Won Drawn Lost Points  
    MALTON 23 22   1 161  
    SLINGSBY 21 16   5 113  
    SWINTON 24 12   12 102.5  
    HESLERTON 24 11 1 12 92.5  
    WIGGINTON 22 11 1 10 89.5  
    HELMSLEY 24 10 2 12 88.5  
    PICKERING 23 9 2 12 88.5  
    HOVINGHAM 23 10 1 12 87.5  
    STRENSALL 23 9 2 12 83.5  
    KIRKBYMOORSIDE 23 8 1 14 76  
    TERRINGTON 23 9   14 75  
    SETTRINGTON 24 10   14 74.5  
    WELHAM 23 8   15 68
  6. After a successful AGM on Monday night, the first read-through of the 2014 production will take place in Southdean Village Hall on Thursday (21st) of this week at 7:30. Anyone who is interesting in taking part, in any capacity is welcome!

  7. septembers meeting is a vist to r.scott and bob hudson

  8. To try a walk with the club:

    Call Pat Emerson 01524 410702

    WED A Beacon Fell Coniston P.Emerson
    02-Jul B Torver Tarn   B.Simister
      C Tarn Hows   B.Grave
    WED A Red Tarn Glenridding B.Simister
    16-Jul B Grisedale   D.Hayton
      C Circular   M.Lloyd
    WED A Conistone Kettlewell G.Gale
    30-Jul B Conistone   T.Dixon
      C Circular   M.Garner
    WED A Alcock Tarn Grasmere B.Simister
    13-Aug B Easedale   D.Hayton
      C Circular   A.Clark/L.Carrick
    WED A Gowbarrow Pooley Bridge B.Lloyd
    27-Aug B Circular   S.Cooper
      C TBA   M.Garner
    WED A Bardsea Ulverston G.Gale
    10-Sep B Bardsea   B.Grave
      C Circular   S.Cooper
    WED A Ribblehead Ingleton G.Gale
    24-Sep B Chapel Stile   M.Garner
      C Circular   M.Atkinson
    WED A Circular Keswick P.Emerson
    08-Oct B Latrigg   D.Hayton
      C Circular   A.Clark/L.Carrick
    WED A Sale Fell Braithwaite P.Emerson
    22-Oct B Skel Ghyll   G.Gale
      C TBA   M.Garner
    WED A Circular Clapham T.Dixon
    05-Nov B Clapham   B.Parker
      C TBA   M.Ireland
    WED A Reston Scar Staveley B.Simister
    19-Nov B River Kent   D.Hayton
      C Circular   P.Emerson
    WED A Circular Windermere B.Lloyd
    03-Dec B Circular (Christmas Meal) M.Lloyd
      C Circular   P.Emerson
    WED A Staveley Bowness B.Watkins
    17-Dec B Windermere   D.Hayton
      C Circular   A.Clark/L.Carrick
    WED A      
    31-Dec B      

    To try a walk with the club:

    Call Pat Emerson 01524 410702

    SUN A Chew Reservoir Greenfields G.Dootson
    06-Jul B Aldermans Hill Saddleworth J.Ashall
      C Tame Valley Walk   L.Ashall
    SUN A Crinkle Crags New Dungeon Ghyll J.Ashall
    20-Jul B Bowfell   B.Lloyd
      C Ambleside   M.Keighley
    SUN A Red Screes Patterdale D.Marsland
    03-Aug B Troutbeck   D.Hartley
      C Glenridding   M&B.Sherriff
    SUN A TBA Hawkeshead M.Aveyard
    17-Aug B Grisedale Forest   G.Gale
      C Hawkeshead Circular   P.Roberts
    SUN A Skiddaw Keswick D.Marsland
    31-Aug B Lonscale Fell   P.Emerson
      C Lattrigg   M.Atkinson
    SUN A Aye Gill Head Dent J.Ashall
    14-Sep B Dent Circular   M.Bellwood
      C Dent Circular   M&B.Sherriff
    SUN A TBA Malham M.Aveyard
    28-Sep B Weets Top   G.Gale
      C TBA   Leader required
    SUN A Caw Broughton in Furness M.Aveyard
    12-Oct B Gawthwaite   D.Hartley
      C Broughton Mills   G.Gale
    SUN A Beda Fell Patterdale J.Ashall
    26-Oct B Bannerdale (Deer Rutting) P.Emerson
      C TBA   Leader required
    SUN A TBA Grasmere G.Dootson
    09-Nov B Loughrigg Fell   B.Lloyd
      C Rydal   A.Ray
    SUN A TBA Askham G.Dootson
    23-Nov B TBA Penrith P.Emerson
      C Circular   M.Lloyd
    SUN A Limestone Link Arnside J.Ashall
    07-Dec B TBA (Christmas Dinner) D.Hartley
      C TBA   P.Emerson
    SUN A TBA Kendal M.Aveyard
    21-Dec B TBA   L.Dodgson
      C TBA   C.Monkhouse
  10. Wednesday 6th August was an enjoyable morning and I am pleased to say that we have been able to donate £200 to Warwickshire Young Carers - a very worthwhile Charity.  
    Kind regards
  11. on Thursday 11th Sep, 2014, 10:30am - 12:00pm
    St Matthews Church Meeting Room
  12. Member Beverly Moore received a 2nd place & runner up to Best in Show for her exhibit "Glorious Technicolour" along with a 3rd place for a contemporary design "A Twist & Curl. Dual member Valerie Phillips scooped Best in Show & 1st place for her exhibit "Glorious Technicolour" along with an award for the most innovative design. Valerie achieved the most points received which included a 1st for her petite Crystal Clear, 2nd The Proud Gardener and 2nd for a decorated shield & bag To Have & To Hold.

    Congratulations to both Beverly & Valerie.

  13. Game cancelled due to shortage of players available in both clubs.

  14. 32 members competed for the President's Rose Bowl Trophy. The winners Fred Whur and Michael Barlow. (see picture gallery)

  15. Event: Devon and Cornwall Open Powerlifting Championships 4 days ago
    on Sunday 19th Oct, 2014, all day.
    Sunday 19th October 2014
    Sunningmead Community Centre, Lazenby Road, Wilcombe, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 4AL
    Promoter: Mark Rattenberry - Email: / Mob: 07985746769
    Weigh-in 9am-10.30am
    Start 11am
    Entrants must be GBPF members
    Entry form on SW website "SWPLA"
    Ample parking
    Refreshments available
  16. It’s not often that Flt Lt Paul Hincks of 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron ends up in front of the camera, as a media communications officer he’s normally the one taking the photographs, however, when he got the chance to climb into the cockpit of a Spitfire Mk9 BS435 – F-FY, he just couldn’t give his camera away fast enough. What a moment.

  17. Royal Air Force Air Cadets from five Squadrons joined thousands of people for the fastest and biggest “On Your Marks” Asda Charity Day yet as the speed and flying festival hit a thrilling new level of excitement.

    Air Cadets from 29F (Rugby), 121 (Nuneaton) 351 (Burton-on-Trent), 1188 (Coalville) and 1947 (Birstall) Squadrons spent the day helping the organisers with the car parking, handing out leaflets and conducting walk around tours of a VC10 aircraft. Thankfully it wasn’t all work and no play, the cadets had plenty of free time to lap up the action of the thunderous flypasts and the roar of hundreds of super cars and commercial vehicles as they sped their way around the track.

  18. Nuneaton Based Air Cadets joined hundreds of local people as they attended a service to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.

    The traditional Drumhead Service of Remembrance at the United Reformed Church, Chapel Street, Nuneaton on Monday 4th August, was attended by many local people, veterans, a large contingent of regular service personnel from 30 Signals Regiment and members of the Cadets Forces.

    The Commemorative Centenary service conducted by Reverend Helga Cornell began as Royal Air Force Air Cadet Percussionists from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron constructed the traditional military Drumhead Alter. Ex-service and Cadet Forces Standard Bearers then paraded their Standards into the church forming up in front of the Alter.  The whole church then fell completely silent as the standards were dipped in salute for a minutes silence in between the Last Post and Reveille.

  19. On Monday 4th August 2014, the day which marked the 100th Anniversary of the start of WW1 in 1914, Royal Air Force Air Cadets from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron attended a ceremony within the Town Centre Ropewalk Shopping Centre Nuneaton to witness the public unveiling of the newly compiled book of remembrance which lists those residents of Nuneaton who fell during World War One.

    Four books containing the names of Nuneaton servicemen killed during the First World War were dedicated at a special service.

    Royal Air Force Air Cadets from the band of 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron began the proceedings before former padre for the 30th segment regiment Reverend Alex Potts led a special remembrance service, in which he urged the people of Nuneaton to read the names of those who lost their lives to bring them back into the community.

  20. Royal Air Force Air Cadets from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron and ex-service Standard Bearers joined the congregation of St Nicolas Church for a commemorative service on Sunday 3rd August which was held to mark the 100th Anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War.

    The First World War Centenary service was conducted by Revd Simon Betteridge, himself a former Nuneaton Air Cadet who now serves as chaplain to 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron.

    Air Cadet Percussionists marked the beginning of the 100th Anniversary service with a rhythmical display of their award winning drumming. Having completed their display the cadets used their drums the build a makeshift Drumhead Alter, a military tradition which goes back centuries. Ex-service Standard Bearers then paraded their Standards into the church placing the Union and the Royal British Legion Standards onto the Drumhead Alter.

    The Drumhead Alter was solemnly topped off with 121 Squadron’s most treasured wartime artefact, a cross made by German prisoners of war that bears the figure of Christ fashioned from a shell fragment recovered from the First World War, Ypres battlefield in Belgium.

  21. Royal Air Force Air Cadets from 121 (Nuneaton) and 198 (Hinckley) Squadrons attended a Drumhead service at the on Ashby Road Cemetery in Hinckley on Sunday 3rd August to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War.

    The service culminated with members of 121 (Nuneaton) and 198 (Hinckley) Squadrons together with Sea and Army cadets laying wreaths on every one of the 27 war graves in the cemetery and on 40 more family headstones commemorating a casualty of the conflict, as bagpipes played through the silence.

  22. on Wednesday 27th Aug, 2014, 1:30pm - 3:30pm
  23. From September the Monday KARATE class will start on THURSDAYS at 6-15 with the JKD class following at 7-15.......

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