Potters Bar youth group flies home
THE sky is the limit as a popular youth group returns to its newly refurbished and extended headquarters tomorrow (Friday). For the past nine months, 57 (Potters Bar) Squadron Air Training Corps has been holding meetings in several different locations thr
THE sky is the limit as a popular youth group returns to its newly refurbished and extended headquarters tomorrow (Friday).
For the past nine months, 57 (Potters Bar) Squadron Air Training Corps has been holding meetings in several different locations throughout the town, while its headquarters in Mutton Lane was being improved.
With work now complete, the Marques of Salisbury will officially re-open the Ingram Cadet Centre.
Flight Lieutenant Tom Nicholls, said: "All of the cadets and staff here at 57 Squadron are delighted to be moving back into our massively improved headquarters following a difficult period in temporary accommodation."
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Squadron chairman John Jones said: "The quality of the new building is excellent and all of the cadets, staff and friends of the squadron are very proud of it.
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