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Wantage Air Cadets

Wantage Air Cadets are part of a national organisation called the Air Training Corps, also known as the Royal Air Force Air Cadets. The Air Cadets are sponsored and supported by the Royal Air Force and has been around since 1941. 1861 (Wantage) Squadron was formed in late December 1941, and…

Wantage Air Cadets are part of a national organisation called the Air Training Corps, also known as the Royal Air Force Air Cadets. The Air Cadets are sponsored and supported by the Royal Air Force and has been around since 1941. 1861 (Wantage) Squadron was formed in late December 1941, and is part of Thames Valley Wing, which covers the counties of Oxfordshire and Berkshire with the Wing headquarters located in Abingdon. Thames Valley Wing is in turn, part of the South West Region.

The Air Cadets based in Wantage take part in fantastic and exciting activities like flying, gliding, camping and the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme to name but a few.

If you are aged 13-17 and interested in seeing what the Air Cadets has to offer or if you want to know more about the cadet organisation in Wantage why not contact us for more information.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Fg Off Daniel Holden
Contact Position
Squadron OIC
Telephone
01235 762079
E-mail
1861@aircadets.org
Website
https://wantageaircadets.org/

Where to go

Name
1861 (Wantage) Squadron
Address
Cadet Forces Centre
Icknield Lane
Wantage
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX12 8ES

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Tuesday evenings, 19:15pm to 9:45pm
Time of day
Evening
Session Information
Extra weekend activities across the year

Other Details

Costs

Details

 Subscription is £7 per month paid by direct debit.

Availability

Additional Information

Providing services to
11 - 16 years (secondary school age)
Young people

Last checked on 12/08/2020

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