The cadet challenge is back for 2016! This year it will be on the 9th and 10th August and will be hosted by Nene Valley Gliding Club at Upwood.
The competition will be between cadets from LGC, Bicester, Cambridge and Nene Valley GCs.
LGC are the current holders of the trophy so let’s make sure that we win it again!
More details to follow….
The Dan Smith Aerobatic Trophy takes place at LGC on Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd April. The organisers have asked for Cadet help over the weekend to help launch and retrieve the gliders involved in the competition.
It should be a good weekend and you will be able to see for yourselves what a K21 is really capable of!
Liam and Eddie are collating names of you that are able to help so please let them know if you want to come along.
Just a quick re-blog of some useful links from last year:
The blog will be the main way of updating you with any cadet news and upcoming events so make sure you keep checking it! If you have a bad memory or are likely to forget there is a link on the right hand side where you can insert your email address and you will be emailed whenever there is an update on here. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU DO THIS! Also, please make sure Robin and Dan have your updated email address so that we can email you any information as is necessary.
Signing up to the LGC mailing lists is essential for all the up to date information:
https://filter.blacknosugar.com/mailman/listinfo/LGC (you will need your membership number)
The British Gliding Association also have a variety of mailing lists that you may be interested in (eg. updates on Junior gliding).
Weekend Online Booking:
LGC Cadet page:
LGC Members Page:
UK Cadets page:
There are also links to the public LGC page, UK Junior Gliding and BGA pages on the right hand side.
LGC Weather Page
Friday 19th, saw Nic, Grant and Joe completing their 3rd K21 solo and then converting onto the K23. Nathan had beaten them all to it by doing it a few weeks earlier. Quite a good half term week for all that came along.
Grant has waited quite awhile for a decent day. Today was the day and he completed his first solo along with another later in the day – well done.
On Tuesday 16th, during half term, Joe completed his first solo, well done Joe.