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.

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1986 Wymondham Squadron

1 month 1 hour ago

The sky’s the limit for 1986

Four cadets from 1986 (Wymondham) Sqn RAFAC took to the skies on Sunday 9th September. Each cadet was given the chance to take control of the aircraft using their basic principles of flight knowledge which is taught through the Royal Air Force Air Cadets academic syllabus. Despite a windy start to the day, our four daring cadets made the most of their time with 7 AEF at RAF Cranwell, by testing their stomachs with some aerobatics. This is one of the most exciting and memorable activities that the RAFAC has to offer and we can not wait for our next visit to the flying school.

If you interested in joining 1986 (Wymondham) Squadron RAFAC, email us at 1986@aircadets.org for more information.

#noordinaryhobby #aircadets 7 AEF

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1986 Wymondham Squadron

1 month 1 week ago

From everyone at 1986 (Wymondham) squadron, we would like to say a big thank you to everyone who joined us for our recruitment open evening tonight. We hope you all had a good evening and we look forward to see you next week.

#aircadets #noordinaryhobby

1986 Wymondham Squadron

1 month 1 week ago

For anyone attending tonight's Open Evening, please note that good parking spaces near the Squadron are somewhat limited. Please park sensibly, so as not to inconvenience local residents. The nearest car park is Town Green car park, at the bottom of Pople Street near The Feathers pub - from there it is a 5-minute walk to the Sqn (300m).

1986 Wymondham Squadron

1 month 3 weeks ago

http://www.edp24.co.uk/news/david-evans-regional-commendation-1986-wymondham-squadron-raf-1-5676233

RAF civilian instructor given commendation for teaching of first aid

1986 Wymondham Squadron

1 month 3 weeks ago

Are you interested in activities like; Flying, Gliding, Target shooting and Sports ? It's still not too late to register your interest for our squadron recruitment evening!

1986 Wymondham Squadron

1986 Wymondham Squadron

2 months 23 hours ago

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1986 Wymondham Squadron

1986 Wymondham Squadron

2 months 1 day ago

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2 months 1 day ago

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1986 Wymondham Squadron

2 months 6 days ago

A huge congratulations to Civilian Instructor Dave Evans who got presented with the Central and East Region Commanders Commendation last night. This prestigious award was presented to CI Evans by Wing Commander Miller for supporting the wing through the teaching and assessing of Cadet and Staff first aid. CI Evans has been a dedicated part of the Royal Air Force Air Cadets for the last 18 years and is a valuable part of the wing. Very well deserved! #noordinaryvolunteer #Aircadets #Wymondham #Firstaid