607 (Wearmouth) Squadron Royal Air Force Air Cadets
607 (Wearmouth) SquadronRoyal Air Force Air Cadets

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News

Cadets celebrate ATC Sunday 

Cadets across the country celebrated the 79th anniversary  of formation of the Air Training Corps on Sunday 2nd February 2020.

 

607 (Wearmouth) Squadron was no different, we joined in celebrations and a service of thanksgiving at St. Andrews Church in Newcastle upon Tyne. 

 

The Air Training Corps, part of the Royal Air Force Air Cadets organisation, was formed by royal warrent on the 5th February 1941 and Air Cadets mark this date with celebrations on the closest Sunday to the anniversary, the Sunday is referred to as ATC Sunday. ATC Sunday is always a great opportunity for reflection and thanks for the organisation that a brought us all together with a shared interest.

Face to  Face activity has resumed in England 

We are pleased to announce our return to face to face training after a period of 13 months. 

We are working in line with the UK Government's guidance for England, along with the guidance from the Nation Youth Agency (NYA) and HQ Air Cadets. 

During training Social distancing measures are in place along with risk assessing the risks of covid during our activities.