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  2. on Wednesday 22nd Oct, 2014, 7:00pm - 8:00pm
    Mens 2 training
  3. on Thursday 6th Nov, 2014, 8:15pm - 10:15pm

    Subject: ‘OPEN PORTRAIT’


  4. Two Nuneaton based Air Cadets have just completed the Pre Gliding Scholarship Training Course at the Air Cadet Regional Activity Centre (RAC) at RAF Cranwell.

    The two budding glider pilots, Cdt Daniel Humpage and Cdt Benjamin Little, spent a whole day in the state of the art flight simulator room learning how to fly the G109B Vigilant T1 motor glider, without even leaving the ground. The Pre Gliding Scholarship Training Course is designed to take cadets through all the upper air exercises that they'll face during their Gliding Scholarship and just like the actual flying training culminated in each cadet successfully flying a complete solo circuit of the airfield.

    Wing Commander Bernard Tisley, in his role as Central & East Regional Aerospace Officer said, “Current experience is showing that cadets who undergo the Pre Gliding Scholarship Training Course in the simulator are more likely to reach the solo silver wings standard during their actual Royal Air Force Air Cadet Gliding Scholarship.”

    Flight Lieutenant Paul Hincks Officer Commanding 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron who accompanied the cadets said, “The motor glider simulator used by the cadets at the Regional Activity Centre and the highly professional level of tuition they received from their the instructor, will have provided these cadets with all the skills and knowledge needed to enable them to have the best chance of reaching the required standard to be able to fly solo in a Royal Air Force Vigilant T1 during an actual Gliding Scholarship”.

  5. Caring cadets collected hundreds of pounds to support war heroes and their families when they hit the streets of Nuneaton and Bedworth.

    Royal Air Force veterans and the Air Cadets of 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron were out in force in the centre of Nuneaton and Bedworth urging shoppers to dig deep into their pockets and make a donation.

    The collection was part of the `Battle of Britain Wings Appeal' by the Royal Air Forces Association (RAFA) which provides help and support for former members of the RAF.

    In total the group of young people and RAFA members managed to raise £805.17 for the annual appeal and would now like to send out their thanks to everyone who so generously donated.

    With 80,000 members and 500 branches in the UK, Europe and beyond the RAFA needs all the help it can get and the local young people were determined to do their bit.

    Flight Lieutenant Paul Hincks, Officer Commanding 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron, said: "We are delighted to have been able to help the Coventry Branch Royal Air Forces Association with this year’s Wings Appeal and demonstrate the commitment of the Squadron as a whole to our work with ex service organisations within our community."

    He added, “Last year the Nuneaton cadets won the prestigious RAFA Coventry Branch Wings Appeal Trophy, which is awarded to the Coventry area Air Cadet Unit that raises the most money during the street collections, for the seventh year in succession”.

    “So this year we were extremely proud to have the RAFA Coventry Branch Wings Appeal Trophy on display on the stand during the street collection in the market place by way of a massive thank you to the people of Nuneaton and Bedworth who have given so generously to the RAFA Wings Appeal for so many years”.

    Dave Palmer, chairman of the RAFA Coventry Branch, said: "I would like to convey my thanks to all the cadets that turned out for this year’s RAFA Wings Appeal Collection. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank the people of Nuneaton and Bedworth for their generosity and support for the RAFA."

    Anyone who missed the opportunity to donate to the RAFA’s ` Wings Appeal' may still do so by visiting

  6. A team of three Nuneaton based cadets have recently managed to pull off an unbelievably outstanding performance at the Warwickshire & Birmingham Wing Swimming Championships.

    The three cadets who were representing 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron must have been one of the smallest teams at the Warwickshire and Birmingham championships and they must have felt as if they had no chance of any success when they were faced by much larger teams from other units.

    But the Nuneaton three, determined to do their best just kept winning medals. Cadet Matthew Waudby put on a truly outstanding performance taking the Sliver in the breaststroke and then went on to win a bronze medal in the freestyle. 

    Cadet Sophie Cartwright, who was swimming for the Squadron for the very first time put on a sterling performance in both the breaststroke and the freestyle, coming home with a Gold and Silver medal.

    With an impressive total of 1 Gold, 2 Silver and 1 Bronze medal between them, the three team members from 121 Squadron did us proud.

    Flt Lt Paul Hincks Officer Commanding 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron said, “I was delighted with our team’s performance. We only had three cadets in total and to end up coming home with four championship medals is just unbelievable.

    We are delighted to in the fact that following their success at Wing level, both Matthew Waudby and Sophie Cartwright were selected to represent the Warwickshire & Birmingham Wing at the Regional Swimming Championships at RAF Cranwell".

    "Congratulations to both Matthew and Sophie for being selected and a big thank you to Paige Eaves (shown on the right in the photo) who also represented the Squadron at the Wing swimming championships".

    "Every single one of our swimmers did their absolute best and that’s what sport in the Air Cadets is all about and we can’t ask more than that".

    "Hopefully the achievements of our small team of three cadets this year will serve to encourage more of our cadets, to take part next year. Who knows, perhaps we could achieve even better results with a larger team.”

  7. on Sunday 16th Nov, 2014, all day.
    Level 2 Co-Ed stunt group up in Sheffield!
  8. on Wednesday 22nd Oct, 2014, 8:00pm - 10:00pm
    over 15s 8pm-10pm
  9. on Wednesday 29th Oct, 2014, 8:00pm - 10:00pm

  11. What a great day at our club today I have witnessed some outstanding gradings from Carl becoming Sempai to yhe outstanding Tatami Rats class and some quality juniors. I'm proud of the desire and application this group has. I will now look forward to teaching you your next grades ready for 4 months time  ‪#‎jujitsu‬ ‪#‎penkridge‬

  12. Willand came 3rd in tournament at Ottery St Mary last Sunday. The match was won by Winkleigh, Bow came Second followed by Willand a close third. Although beating Bow in it's initial games they took second place by shot score. Rhona, Don, Mike and Alan put up a good show though.

  13. The date for the show will be 19th September, the trde will be added once confirmed. Times etc are the same as this year. See the web site for details.

  14. Five intrepid members were in Stalbridge this weekend to help a member dis some trees. The rain stopped and we had a very mild day digging and potting up trees. Some were re planted into the ground.

    The rest will be taken to an auction or brought for sale at the next workshop on 14th November.

  15. The dates for the 2015 workshops have been added to the web site. Format will be as this year, running from 11am to 4 pm cost will be unchanged at £3 including refeshments.

    There will be a demonstration each month on a different subject.

  16.  Good luck to all students grading today.


    Enjoy it and do your best.


    Sensei Neil

  17. on Saturday 18th Oct, 2014, all day.
    AGM annual general meeting
    The South Devon Players theatre company, Brixham, are casting for a non-profit, crowdfunded internet film series, based on Victor Hugos novel Les Miserables, and will be holding auditions soon in Plymouth. Please contact us if interested: (and feel free to share with anyone interested)
    Our main group website:
    email: /



    Saturday November 15th, 3pm- 6pm in Studio 1, TR2 Training and Education Centre, 12 Neptune Park, Cattedown, Plymouth PL4 0SJ

    This audition session is hosted at the Theatre Royal Plymouth training and education centre, at Cattedown, not at the Theatre Royal building on Royal Parade.

    Please contact us to let us know to expect you.

    If you have already been cast, you do not need to attend this.

    We are also interested in hearing from anyone who would be interested in joining us as film crew, please drop us a line.

    Overall, this is a three year project, with filming taking place for each crowdfunded episode, over a few days, after funding has been raised. During filming days, shoots could be an early start to late finish, and for relevant characters also include night-time shoots. A lot of locations will be in and around Devon and Cornwall in the UK, some locations in France, especially for later episodes, will be looked into as well.

    This is a pretty different project, as it is based on Victor Hugo's UNABRIDGED novel (this is not the musical or a single feature film!) and we are remaining as faithful to that unabridged novel as is possible.

    Due to the nature of crowdfunding we are hoping to be able to pay our performers, but this depends entirely on funds raised, and may alter episode by episode as the series gets more well known, but at the minimum, once you have been cast as a character in the series, your expenses will be covered.

    Depending on what character you wish to audition for, and are cast as you may be required for several episodes (or indeed all of them), or simply one.


    Please contact us with a photograph, and a few words about the kind of role you are looking for. We will send you an audition pack and audition pieces suitable for your appearance. Please note that you do not need to learn the parts, just familiarise yourself with them.

    At the auditions, you will be asked to perform the piece on video camera, as a screen test. We will be looking at your characterization, focus, and the realism of your portrayal of the character. We also will be looking at how you take direction, and interact with other people.

    There are several child roles, but all children MUST be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.

    Please be aware that we cannot accept auditions or applications via email or video. In order to be considered for a role, you need to attend in person.



    - Read Victor Hugo's unabridged novel online (or get the free ebook) (you will probably want to do this if you get in, anyway.

    - Our film project website (being updated):

    - The Facebook event:

    - The film facebook fan page:

    - What we expect of performers:

    - List of characters being cast for: (being updated this week)

    - Our main theatre company website:

    - The South Devon Players facebook page:


  20. We will be closed during October.

    This is due to building work being carried out in the kitchen.

    We will be reopen on Thursday 6th November from 6.30pm.

  21. Congratulations to the Mens A team in securing the first win of the season.  In a bruising encounter Alistair's team scrapped a 5-4 win away to Sawtry.  Alistair and Shazad won all three rubbers whilst the first pairing of Bash and Matt won two.  Previously the Mens A had lost 5-4 away to St Ivo, the Mixed B has lost 6-3 at home to March whilst the TDA Develoment team have lost 6-3 at St Marys 3, 7-2 at St Marys 2 and 8-1 at Wisbech.

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