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RAF Cadets Air Training Corps receive new minibus


A squadron of RAF cadets has been presented with a new minibus following a two year fundraising campaign.

The young cadets were handed the keys to the Citroen Relay which was converted by Warnerbus. The minibus will be used to transport the 45 cadets, aged between 13 and 17, to flying sessions at RAF bases and on other activities such as Duke of Edinburgh expeditions.

The squadron has taken part in a number of fundraising activities in recent years to raise £3,000 towards the new bus including a generous contribution from various charities.


RAF Cadets Minibus converted by Warnerbus


The IVA Tested 14 seat Citroen Relay minibus for The RAF Air Cadets Training Corps

Their commanding officer said: "The addition of this asset to the squadron will provide the cadets and staff the ability to widen the number of activities we undertake such as visiting various local forces establishments and provide a more efficient system of assisting the cadets in attending flying at various wing training events."


Some of the RAF Cadets with their new Minibus

Andrew Wallis, Production Director of Warnerbus was present during the formal handover and commented “It's always a great pleasure to meet the end-users of our vehicle conversions. The fact that years of fund raising and Charitable donations has finally materialised into a new minibus is very heartwarming, and I am sure that the young cadets will benefit greatly from it."

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