Knutsford IT – Supporting the ATC & Help For Heroes

By on September 4, 2010

Corporal Jordan Vincent of Knutsford collected the cheque on behalf of the Knutsford ATC.
 
Speaking about his involvement in the ATC Jordan said “So far in my 3 years of being in the air cadets I have been able to experience many different things; doing aerobatics, jumping out of a plane at 3500ft and walking 100 miles in 4 days in a world famous event called Nijmegen in Holland.

The ATC has allowed me to undertake a gliding scholarship to achieve my solo wings. I am also climbing Mount Snowdon in aid of Help for Heroes, in addition to working towards my Gold Duke of Edinburgh award. At the age of 16 I feel like I have achieved a lot with the ATC and with 3 years left I have plenty of time to take part in more”.
 
The ATC enjoy a range of activities including flying, gliding, shooting, climbing, camping, residential visits, all sports & social events. The ATC parade each Tuesday and Thursday from 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in Knutsford. If you are interested in joining the ATC and you’re under 18 and over the age of 13 take a look at the ATC’s Knutsford website and read more about what they can offer: http://sites.google.com/site/2056atc/

In addition to the donation, Mike Bailey of Knutsford IT has arranged collection boxes for Help The Heroes in his Knutsford and Wilmslow stores. To make a donation call in at 31 Tatton Street Knutsford or 6a Hawthorn Lane Wilmslow.

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