January Cadet White and I went for a gliding session at RAF Syerston. When we
got there, we had a safety briefing from one of the Instructors, so that we knew
what do in case of an emergency.
Once we were out on the airfield we were
taught how to attach the glider to the winch that pulls the glider into the air.
we got in the aircraft we were shown how to pitch the aircraft (make the
aircraft go up or...
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A Rutland woman battling a condition that affects just over one in a million women is aiming to raise awareness on Rare Disease Day (28 Feb) Gill Epton from Whissendine near Melton Mowbray was diagnosed with the condition Lymphangioleiomyomatosis (known as LAM) in 2008. The condition mainly affects the lungs and causes excessive growth of smooth muscle tissue and progressively erodes lung function. It took six...
Today saw the launch of
the Lincolnshire Poppy Appeal at the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage
Centre, East Kirby.
During this prestigious
event cadets and staff from 2071 (Stamford) Squadron received the Lord
Lieutenant of Lincolnshire Cadet Award 2013! In the Awards eight year history
this is the first time a cadet unit has won the award twice and to win two
years in a row is an exceptional achievement.
The award is given as...
Yesterday, our very own Cadet Carr
participated in the Central & East Region Swimming competition as part of
the South and East Midlands Wing Team.
It was a hard fought
competition and they were eventually beaten
by arch rivals, Trent Wing, a reversal of last year's result.
Drawn in adjacent lanes in the pool, the swimmers from the
two wings battled head to head throughout the competition and although South
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The Beaconsfield School has also just announced it will only open for students sitting public exams. They join St Mary's and Beaconsfield High on the list of closures. No word yet from Butler's Court but please go HERE for the latest updates.
A MOTHER says her 11-year-old boy is lucky to be alive after he was horrifically burnt when playing with a lighter and an aerosol. The can blew up causing 45 per cent burns to Owen Shepherd's face, arms, hands and legs. Now he must undergo skin grafts to repair some of the damage. Speaking to the Mail from her son's bedside in hospital, Hayley Shepherd said he was saved only by the quick actions of a passerby, who rolled him in...
HULL KR coach Craig Sandercock admits yesterday's 28-18 derby win over Hull FC was soured by injuries to three key players. Centre Kris Welham and second rowers Con Mika and Cory Paterson are all now doubtful for the Super League season opener against Catalan on February 3. Vice-captain Welham, who has only just returned from seven months out with a broken ankle, was taken to hospital for x-rays, having suffered a suspected broken...