209’s Mayor Cadet

Two Cadets from Nottinghamshire Army Cadet Force (ACF) and the Air Training Corps (ATC) have been honoured for their dedication to the youth organisations by being appointed ‘Mayor’s Cadet’. Councillor Francis Purdue-Horan, Mayor of Rushcliffe, appointed the Nottinghamshire’s first-ever Mayor’s Cadets in the area to show his support and recognition of the achievements the two young Read more about 209’s Mayor Cadet[…]

Squadron Commander’s Update 2015 April

Exciting times at 209! The past month we have got geeky on IT!    But first, let’s put a big hand together for the tremendous success of the VIP Opening last month.  At the beginning there were sceptics of the “joint forces” approach but by the end everyone was convinced.  Working with Second Lieutenant Etherington Read more about Squadron Commander’s Update 2015 April[…]

West Bridgford’s Joint Cadet Training Centre

[shashin type=”photo” id=”21″ size=”medium” columns=”max” order=”user” position=”left”]The centre is based on Wilford Lane in West Bridgford and will be home for 209 (West Bridgford) Squadron, Royal Air Force Air Cadets and West Bridgford Detachment of the Nottinghamshire Army Cadet Force. The Joint Cadet Training Centre (JCTC) was officially opened by Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant for Read more about West Bridgford’s Joint Cadet Training Centre[…]

209 Staff Attend ACF Burns Night

In the spirit of joint training the Detachment Commander for the West Bridgford Army Cadet Force Detachment, Richard Etherington, kindly invited Staff from 209 (West Bridgford) Squadron, Royal Air Force Air Cadets to attend a formal dinner in the Officers’ Mess at the Nottinghamshire Weekend Training Centre on Swiney Way. Nottinghamshire ACF’s Officers’ Mess holds Read more about 209 Staff Attend ACF Burns Night[…]