Cadets get own coat of arms
NAILSEA'S 2467 Air Cadet Squadron has kicked off its 40th birthday celebrations in style – with a new Coat of Arms.
The squadron has been granted a coat of arms – unique to the unit – by the Royal College of Arms in London. The crest is in a roundel with the squadron name and number on the extremity and is designed to demonstrate the squadron's links with its home town of Nailsea.
The central section includes a pick-axe, which represents coal mining in Nailsea and two glass-blowers' lamps with 'Nailsea Green Glass' being blown for the glass production which took place in Nailsea.
The squadron's motto 'facta non verba' meaning 'deeds not words' is on the ribbon below the crest.
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As part of the celebrations in 2013, the crest will be formally presented to the squadron during the course of the year.
2467 Squadron Officer Commanding, Flt Lt John Radford, said: "This is yet another exciting honour for the squadron that continues to build stronger links with the community in which it serves.
The air cadets parade on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7pm to 9.15pm at the Golden Valley School, Nailsea.
Anyone aged 13 to 17 who would like to join should contact Flt Lt John Radford at email@example.com or call 07889 183080.