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Duke of Edinburgh Expedition Success

Duke of Edinburgh Expedition Success

Six Royal Air Force Air Cadets from 2328 (Bishop’s Cleeve) Squadron successfully completed their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Expedition in the Severn Valley. Five other cadets from the Squadron as well as another from 186 (Newent) Squadron, completed their expedition training and will carry out their actual expedition later. On the first day, [Continue]

A Busy Weekend For 2509 Squadron

A Busy Weekend For 2509 Squadron

Last weekend was a busy time for cadets and staff of 2509! [Continue]

Duxford IWM

Duxford IWM

On Saturday, a group of 11 cadets from 181 squadron visited the Duxford Imperial War Museum. Arriving at 10am, the cadets had plenty of time to explore the 6 hangars at Duxford, and were able to board a Concorde prototype, and a BOAC Comet, before taking a look inside a DeHavilland... [Continue]

Visiting the National Space Centre

Visiting the National Space Centre

2342 (Innsworth) Squadron and 2328 (Bishop’s Cleeve) Squadron joined forces to visit the National Space Centre at Leicester. Organised by Flight Lieutenant Dave Park, Officer Commanding 2342 Squadron and supported by two staff from 2328 Squadron, the visit included the spectacular Planetarium named after the late astronomer Sir Patrick [Continue]

Cadets go Clay Pigeon Shooting

Cadets go Clay Pigeon Shooting

On Sunday 7 April 2019 3 Cadets from 2509 Sqn spent the morning Clay Pigeon Shooting.  The shoot was conducted following guidelines set out by the Clay Pigeon Shooting Association and the morning was topped off with them being able to handle and shoot a Napoleonic era Musket. ... [Continue]

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