Welcome to Thames Valley Wing
We hope you enjoy looking through all of the activities on offer to aviation and aerospace inspired young people throughout Oxfordshire and Berkshire.
We are sure that you will be interested in joining our team whether it is as a cadet or as an adult volunteer.
Please feel free to browse the site and contact us if you require any further information.
Knowing the importance a keeping active. It was on a cold autumnal morning, that a socially distanced group of Thames Valley staff gathered at the car park near Walbury Hill. At 279m above sea level this is the highest point in Berkshire. We met for a walk in the local countryside. This was aimed at maintaining staff currency for walking in the outdoors. The area is also good territory for completing DofE expeditions. Continue reading
Congratulations to Cdt Warrant Officer Hazel Fell of 221 Newbury Squadron on being selected to be the Lord-Lieutenants ATC Cadet for Berkshire for 2020-21.
Very cautiously and very carefully, we are BACK! On Tuesday, 20th October 2020, we did the first of five inductions planned to return our Cadets in their new, smaller flights and familiarise them with the new building layout and procedures introduced to make (and keep) us a COVID safe environment.
Yesterday we did our first adventure training activity since pre lockdown. We took three cadets outdoor climbing at Symonds Yat. A great day was had by all.
Congratulations to Pilot Officer Sabine Furlong on passing her Officers Initial Course and is now a cadet forces commissioned officer in the rank of Pilot Officer!
Congratulations to Pilot Officer van Rooyen on passing her virtual Officers Initial Course and is now a fully-fledged Pilot Officer!
Pilot officer Hamish Forsyth-Forbes officer in charge of 150 Squadron joined cadets and volunteers in a day walk in the Oxfordshire countryside, their first face to face activity since lockdown.
Congratulations to Cdt Corporal Wilson on gaining the Master Cdt Classification.
During lockdown our cadets undertook virtual training courses and completed a range or aeronautical and cadet classification courses.