An ex-officer of Reading, Woodley & Burghfield has recently been presented with the British Empire Medal.
91-year-old Reg Day, from Whitley was presented with the prestigious BEM for services as the custodian of the RAF Dunsfold Museum in Surrey. Continue reading →
Air Cadets from 2210 Cowley Squadron, based in Sandy Lane West, Blackbird Leys travelled to Arnhem in the Netherlands to pay their respects to those who fought at the battle of Arnhem in September 1944.
The Air Cadets had a tour of the battlefield led by a Royal Air Force Squadron Leader and visited the Airborne Museum in Oosterbek and then paid their respects at the war Cemetary. Continue reading →
Two more high profile sponsors have stepped forward to sponsor the Thames Valley “Thrive” awards:-
AWE – has been using cutting edge science and technology at the forefront of maintaining the UK nuclear deterrence programme for more than 60 years. AWE are also a centre of scientific and technological excellence, with some of the most advanced research, design and production facilities in the world. Continue reading →
The line up of the first sponsors for the 2014 Thames Valley Wing “Thrive Awards” have just been announced.
SCS Ltd – provides independent advice to the public and military sectors. In addition to supporting the Thrive Awards they have a long track record of supporting reservists and have recently been presented with a gold recognition award by the Prime Minister. http://www.scs.biz/ Continue reading →