of Burnham's Air Cadets and Royal British Legion is marked
ceremony has been held in Burnham-On-Sea to mark the official
affiliation of the Royal British Legion and the town's air training
Burnham-On-Sea branch of the Royal British Legion has marked its
official link with the 290 Burnham & Highbridge Detatched
Flight Devon and Somerset Wing Sir Training Corps.
ceremony was held at the Cadet Centre in Highbridge Road where
framed certificates were presented to the groups to make the link
Manville, Commanding Officer of 290 Squadron, which oversees both
the Weston and Burnham cadet units, told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "The
affiliation with the Royal British Legion is good for us because
it brings us recognition as a unit and also introduces closer
links for Remembrance Day. We will assist the Legion in November
and we look forwarding to working closer together."
in attendance included Sqn Ldr Chris White, Sector Commander for
the Devon and Somerset Wing ATC; Sqn Ldr Gerry Hawkes President
of 290 Squadron; Cllr Janet Keen Chairman of 290 Squadron ATC;
Lyn Lovell County Vice Chairman Somerset Royal British Legion,
Bernard Spray Chairman of Burnham's Royal British Legion and Ruth
Crosby of Burnham's Royal British Legion.