On Saturday, the Cadets were given a rare opportunity to attend an unveiling of new pieces of art painted by the famous aircraft artist Keith Hill.
However, this was not the best part, not only did they get to be one of the first people to see the new paintings they also had the opportunity to talk to ex-airmen that used to fly the aircraft in the pictures.
The Cadets formed a ‘Guard of Honour’ to welcome the ex and current military personnel from the RAF, United States Air Force and the US and British Navy. After which the exhibition was officially opened by Rushden Town Mayor Carol Childs.
Cadet Sergeant Arran Macdonald said “Today was fantastic. Not only did we get to see some fantastic art by Keith Hill, we also got to welcome the ex and current military personnel with a guard of honour as they are the people who fought and still fight for our freedom”
The exhibition is open until the 28th November at Rushden Hall in Hall Park.
From Left to Right: Cadet Corporal Becky Moore, Cadet Sergeant Arran Macdonald, Keith Hill (artist) and Cadet Sergeant Chris Moore