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Birmingham Military Tattoo29th November 2015
A trip to the Birmingham Military Tattoo where 9000 visitors enjoyed spectacular performances from superb national and international bands and displays teams.  The atmosphere was breathtaking, the pyrotechnics and choreography was exceptional, with a true bond between military personnel from across the globe.  Spitfires, field gun teams, dog races, hugely talented bands from various international military teams including Air Forces, Army, Navy and even the Swedish Fire Brigade,  plus an outstanding performance from an 80 strong Bagpipes band - this was a truly excellent day out for staff and cadets.
 
 
Christmas Lights Switch ON!27th November 2015

 

Cadets from 230 (Congleton) Squadron Air Training Corps have enjoyed a busy weekend of community activities starting with a fundraising stall at the Congleton Christmas lights switch on, where several cadets and staff members ran a popular tombola with many locals winning festive cuddly toys and chocolates. 

Pass out parade21st November 2015

OC 230 Sqn ATC Flt Lt Bridgeford and Sqn Padre Mr Derek Balsden welcoming new cadets Barber, Amery, Macleod, Doggett and Davenport after a very smart drill display before proud parents and family, staff and cadets. After several weeks of basic training the cadets were formally issued with their uniform, 3822 (service record and pass), certificates and a Bible.

Regional Sports15th November 2015

Well done Staffs Wing in the Regional Sports!

Team members included Cadet Birch who won gold with her team mates in the senior netball and Cadets Ling and Jennings who won silver in the five a side football. Great performance guys, proud squadron!

 

Remembrance Sunday 20158th November 2015

The rain held off for an extremely well attended Remembrance Sunday parade and church services. 230 Squadron ATC joined the people of Congleton and representatives of many other organisations in a poignant and respectful tribute to the men and women who gave their lives in service to our country. Cpl Cooper made a moving recital of 'In Flanders' Fields' from the cenotaph and the Cpl Lea laid a wreath on behalf of the ATC.               (More photos in gallery)


 

 


  


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