Air Cadet Junior Leaders Course 19 Fundraising for the JTYAF

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Chris Marsh and Kieran Eeles from Air Cadet Junior Leaders Course 19 have raised almost £1000 for the JTYAF with their 24 mile sponsored Wirral Way Walk.

The Junior Leaders (JL's) is the toughest but most rewarding of the Air Cadets leadership courses – any Cadet that makes it through has the makings of a very successful leader. As part of their assessment they are tasked with planning, organising and implementing a fundraising activity or event and the JTYAF is privileged to be the recipient charity for these activities. 

The Cadets on Course 19 are now in Phase 2 of their training and they have organised some amazing challenges to raise funds.  From Skydives to Tough Mudders, Cycling Challenges to Leg Waxing and even a Silent Disco!  The JL's listed below have opened online fundraising pages and would be very grateful for any support.  Every little helps!

Chetan Tanda is Raffling a 40 minute flight

B Tan

Harry Champion is taking part in a 300 mile bike ride

Boaz Dixonboaz is taking on the Tough Mudder

Scott Burgess is completing a 3000Km  Row & Cycle

Anthony Shanley has organised a Yorkshire 3 Peaks challenge

Dominic Perry-Brewer & Chris Duek are taking on the Coast to Coast

Jonathan White aims to walk 50 miles in one day 

Chris Marsh and Kieren completed the Wirral Way Walk

Nathan Way completed a Cycle relay on an exercise bike at John's old Squadron

Lauren Rynsburger is taking part in the Phoenix Race

Paul Stephenson takes on the Three Peaks

Jack Hempsall is walking Hadrians Wall end to end

Joe Wright is doing a 10 K run

Bradley Jones is having a leg wax - ouch!

Charlie Solon is fundraising at

Owen Caruana is organising a Bag Pack

Daniel Moss is climbing a meter for every pound raised

Thomas Tough Mudder

Oscar Afonso-Trindade has organised a 42 mile row at his Squadron

Jack Metcalfe will climb Buster hill 100 times

Daniel Lewis is taking part in a Tough Mudder

Well done everyone!! Your fundraising will make a big difference to the opportunities that the Foundation can provide for young people in the year ahead.