WISBECH: Recruitment day to find new RAF reserves

PUBLISHED: 14:36 13 May 2008 | UPDATED: 08:27 02 June 2010

recruitement day by the 2620 squadron

recruitement day by the 2620 squadron

THE RAF Reserves are looking out for new members and held a one-off recruitment day in Wisbech on Saturday. Members of the Marham-based 2620 Squadron visited the town to find enthusiastic people who want to make the most out of their spare time. As well a

THE RAF Reserves are looking out for new members and held a one-off recruitment day in Wisbech on Saturday.

Members of the Marham-based 2620 Squadron visited the town to find enthusiastic people who want to make the most out of their spare time.

As well as a stand set up in the Horsefair, there was an organised presentation at the Royal Air Force Association Club in Lynn Road.

Flt Sgt Tony Murray MBE, a recruitment sergeant from Marham, said: "The RAF reserves suits team players who are enthusiastic and motivated.

"We train every Wednesday and for one weekend a month. In total, we ask members to be committed for 27 days of the year."

"Reserves do receive an allowance for their work and there is also a great social side to the organisation."

Information: www.rafreserves.com and click on Marham. Contact Flgt Sgt Tony Murray on 0800 7831915 or the recruitment mobile on 07767481854.

PICTURE: Sgt Hayton-Williams, Sgt Larham, Flt Sgt Wenn and SAC Tudor from 2620 Squadron were in Wisbech for the RAF Reserves recruitment day.


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