I would like to welcome you to the 2065 (Biggleswade) Squadron website.
I’m Pilot Officer Amanda Wilson the Officer in Charge of 2065 (Biggleswade) Squadron. I’d like to start by asking you the following: What did you do last weekend? Anything you’ve seen on this website? No? Then read on!
This site provides information about our Squadron which holds close to its heart values of respect, integrity, service and excellence.
2065 (Biggleswade) Squadron is one of nearly 900 squadrons in the Air Cadet Organisation, an organisation that is open to young people from the ages of 13 to 18 years of age. The Squadron offers opportunities to take part in a wide variety of activities that range from flying, shooting, adventure training, sports and the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme through to Radio communication training, gaining BTEC'S and attending RAF Work experience Camps. 2065 (Biggleswade) Squadron is a place of opportunity and challenge through choice
Together along with my dedicated staff team, we have carefully designed a training programme that covers a wide range of activities including aviation studies, adventure training, target shooting, music and flying. We also offer Cadets the opportunity to earn their Duke of Edinburgh Award, become First Aid qualified and earn BTEC qualifications equivalent to GCSE qualifications.
Officer in Charge