A Commanding Officer’s view of the work your Squadron has done over the last year…
We’ve added a new theme, stories, and imagery to our website!
Congratulations to our own Sgt Esther Taylor RAFAC, who has completed her residential training, marking the end of her probationary period and is set to return to Squadron as a full Sergeant.
On Monday 16th October, seven cadets were presented with certificates following their recent achievements on squadron. Cadets earned qualifications in instruction, leadership and first aid.
Firstly, six cadets were awarded their Youth First Aid (YFA) certificates after completing a two-day course with a final practical assessment.
The Squadron’s new logo was designed by our cadets during a competition won by Cdt Kara Hawkins (Logo Design) and Cdt Cpl Danny Henman (Motto creation).
Our cadets will show you what they have been doing over the last year. You get chance to meet them and talk about what it is we do.
There will be many displays and talks about our activities. Staff will also be on hand to answer any questions you may have.
The Squadron will be open from 1900 until 2100 for you to visit. Drop in any time within those hours. A look around and chat should take 20-30 minutes.
We hope to see you all there!!!
If you can’t make it that night, don’t worry! You can turn up any Monday or Wednesday in September at 1900 and see what it is we do. There is no requirement to join on your first visit. Please do bring a parent though to fill out a consent form for the night.
Through the combined efforts of members of 1082 (Brimington & District) Squadron, we have smashed our target fundraising amount of £200 by raising a total of £1000 during a sponsored abseil!!!
Ashgate Hospice was chosen as a charity because they helped our own Warrant Officer Richard Snell through his last stages of his fight with cancer. In his memory, all members abseiling wore Hawaiian Shirts – as this was Richard’s favourite item of clothing on Trent Wing Camps!
Half of our group went abseiling and the other half went walking, then swapped over. Thanks to The Adventure Service for lending a minibus and abseiling equipment to help us achieve our goals! The day went very fluidly and everyone enjoyed themselves, as you can see from the pictures!
1082 (Brimington & District) Squadron help local organisations and events through volunteering and fundraising. Other activities include Poppy Appeal selling, Staveley Armed Forces Weekend, and other local charities.
If you want to join in the fun, please visit the Joining Us page!