1359 Officers and cadets on parade at the Beeston war memorial.
A crisp autumn morning saw 1359 squadron cadets remembering the fallen from all wars around the globe.
A huge gathering of the public also paid tribute to those that have been injured and those that cannot come home.
A little about who we are and what we do.
1359 (Beeston) Squadron, Air Training Corps, has been established in Beeston for decades and over its long and successful history many hundreds of young people from the local area have passed through its doors and worn the uniform of the organisation with pride
The Air Cadet Organisation offers its members the opportunity to take part in an extensive range of activities ranging from flying and gliding, to sailing, target shooting, and everything else in between! The Air Training Corps is also the UK’s largest provider of the D of E Award scheme, with Cadets regularly achieving the Gold Award. Air Cadets are given the opportunity to take part in all types of sporting activities, for fun, and at both regional and national level.
1359 (Beeston) Squadron is part of the Air Cadet Organisation which nationwide has a membership of more than 45,000 Cadets and is the youth organisation of the Royal Air Force. In the years since its formation the organisation has changed and adapted to remain relevant in an ever-changing society, the current membership is testament to the Air Training Corps’ continuing success in achieving this difficult task.