1986 (Wymondham) Squadron ATC


Welcome to the website of 1986 (Wymondham) Squadron Air Training Corps!  The ATC is part of the Air Cadets, the uniformed youth organisation of the Royal Air Force.

We aim to give young people incredible experiences that encourage the spirit of adventure, good leadership and good citizenship.

We strive to provide training which will be useful in the Services and civilian life, and we promote a practical interest in aviation and the RAF.  You don’t have to be interested in a career in the RAF to join us – we offer opportunities that are unique, chances to meet new people, hands-on experiences and lots of fun.  There are more than 40,000 members aged between 12 and 20 years, and you could join them.

Please take a look through the website to find out more about Wymondham Squadron and what we do.

Next Open Evening – February 2019


Our next open evening will likely be held in February 2019. This is for anyone who might be interested in joining the Squadron and wants to find out more about what we do.

If you need more information, please get in touch using the contact details on this site.

Latest News


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1986 Wymondham Squadron

5 days 4 hours ago

Double Medalist!! Congratulations to Sgt Webb who has added a 1st place medal in 1500m to her collection.

1986 Wymondham Squadron

5 days 4 hours ago

Well done to CDT McGarrell, who has come away with a 3rd Place medal in the Junior Girls 1500m.

1986 Wymondham Squadron

5 days 5 hours ago

Congratulations to CPL Hampton who has just come away with a Silver medal in junior men’s Javelin.

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1986 Wymondham Squadron

5 days 6 hours ago

And the medals continue! Well done to Sgt Webb who came 1st in the Senior Girls 800m and to CDT Amblin who came 1st in the Junior Girls 800m. CDT Amblin smashed the Norfolk and Suffolk Wing record by an amazing 4 seconds with a time of 02:49:22.

1986 Wymondham Squadron

5 days 8 hours ago

Starting off the day with a Silver Medal in High Jump. Well done to CDT Simmons, fantastic effort!

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1986 Wymondham Squadron

1 week 3 days ago

2nd Place for 1986

After months of training, 1986 (Wymondham) Sqn came 2nd place overall including 1st Place in First Aid in the annual Norfolk and Suffolk Wing Field competition.

Wing Field is an annual event held on STANTA training area which consists of teams of eight cadets competing in activities such as; First Aid, Archery, Clay Target Shooting, Leadership, Fieldcraft, River-crossing.

Flying Officer Sam Clover, Commanding Officer 1986, said ‘Absolutely fantastic results acheived by a high spirited energetic team following a committed training regime. The cadets have done themselves and their Squadron proud during a challenging weekend’.

If your aged between 12 (year 8 ) and 17 yrs and are interested in joining 1986 (Wymondham) Squadron RAF Air Cadets, email 1986@aircadets.org for more information.

Norfolk and Suffolk Wing Air Cadets

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1986 Wymondham Squadron

2 weeks 2 days ago

Lord Lieutenant’s Commendation for Wymondham OC

On Tuesday 9th April 2019, Flying Officer Sam Clover, Officer Commanding of 1986 Wymondham Squadron was awarded the Norfolk Lord Lieutenant’s Commendation for Meritorious Service.

After ageing out of 1986 Wymondham Squadron as a Cadet Warrant Officer, Fg Off Clover was appointed as an adult Sergeant with the Royal Air Force Air Cadets on the 27th September 2011 before being promoted to Flight Sergeant on the 27th September 2015. On the 1st December 2017, Sam was then successfully appointed in the rank of Flying Officer which allowed him to initially support the unit before taking on the role as Squadron Commander.

Since Sam started his Air Cadet adult career, he has supported the wider corps in both Adventure Training, Archery and most notably within the First Aid Syllabus. Wing Commander David Miller, OC Norfolk and Suffolk Wing wrote, on top of the training that Sam provides the cadets, ‘The can-do attitude prevails in all that Sam is engaged with; he is eager to learn, supportive with development and generous with his time. his leadership and encouragement are evident, and his approach and manner engenders support and enthusiasm.’

On behalf of all the cadets and staff at 1986 Wymondham Squadron Air Cadets, we would like to say a massive congratulations to Flying Officer Clover on being awarded this prestigious award.

If you are aged between 12yrs (Year 8 and 17 yrs and are interested in joining 1986 (Wymondham) Squadron RAF Air Cadets, contact us on 1986@aircadets.org or contact us on Facebook.

Central & East Region Air Cadets

1986 Wymondham Squadron

3 weeks 4 days ago

1986 Wymondham Squadron shared a post.

Central and East Region’s Senior Boys and Girls emphatically made their mark on day of Hockey and Football at an RAF Cranwell that was suffering the effects of Storm Hannah.

The Senior Girls Hockey Championship was won by the Central and East Team without conceding a goal. They overcame both the weather and strong and determined opposition from the other regions to run out worthy winners of the Corps Championship.

The team drew two of their matches and won three to amass a score of 11 points that was sufficient to give them the number one place.

Cadet Morgan Charles-Jones of South and East Midlands wing was declared the Region’s Player of the Tournament.
The strong swirling wind played a part in all the Senior Boys Football matches, however, the Central and East’s players mastered the conditions and proved a force to be reckoned with.

Having played a goalless draw against Wales and West Region, they went on to beat South West Region by two goals to nil. These scores were sufficient to put them in the play offs with London and South East Region.

The outcome of this exciting, hard fought, match would decide the Championship and when the final whistle blew after an exciting end to end game, Central and East won with a score line of 2 - 1.

Adjudged the Region’s Player of the Tournament was Cadet Sergeant Cameron Lord of South and East Midlands Wing.

The Region Sports Officer, Squadron Leader Michelle Worsnop, was fulsome in her praise; “The weather with Storm Hannah was appalling at Cranwell but our cadets and the staff were fantastic. Both teams played as "teams" and in the case of the football not only battled the weather but cadets not attending and a nasty injury and still came out on top. The girls took until their third game to get the ball "on target" but had so many chances to score in the first two games but it was like there was cling film over the goal!!

Many Thanks to everyone who came to Cranwell”. Michelle further added; “We're back on top as the No 1 Region, thank you to everyone who has helped to make that happen”.

1986 Wymondham Squadron

1 month 3 weeks ago

Congratulations to Flight Sergeant Holly Bradley who was promoted from Sergeant on Wednesday evening by Wing Commander David Miller, OC Norfolk and Suffolk Wing.