Welcome to the website of 345 (City of Lancaster) Squadron Air Training Corps.

The Air Training Corps is a uniformed youth organisation that provides training in aviation related subjects, citizenship, leadership and outdoor activities in addition to providing flying and gliding opportunities. 345 Squadron is a very active unit and offers a diverse range of exciting and adventurous activities. Please explore the rest of the website to find out more or click here to find out more about the Air Training Corps.

If you are between 12 and 18 years old and interested in joining our adventures then click here to send us a message, contact us on 01524 842345 or visit us at our headquarters on Dallas Road in Lancaster on Tuesday or Friday evenings between 7pm and 9pm.

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2 days ago

Another good climbing session for the cadets, but this time at a bitingly cold Ingleton Climbing Wall

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1 month ago
Photos from 345 City of Lancaster Squadron's post

The cadets did us proud. Superb show by all on parade today in Lancaster and at Westfield Memorial Village. Many comments saying 345 were the smartest on parade and compliments paid all weekend ... See more

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1 month ago

Chairman Raymond Hurst of the Royal British Legion Lancaster Branch (former OC 345 Sqn) receiving his poppy from Cdt Burgoyne of 345 Sqn ATC during this years Poppy Appeal.

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Nijmegen 2015

Cadets and staff from 345 (City of Lancaster) Squadron have recently completed the gruelling Nijmegen march for the ninth successive year. This years team was a combined team made up of cadets and staff from Cumbria and Lancashire Wing, North East Scotland Wing and West Scotland Wing and was the largest team for several years containing 13 cadets and 6 […]

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Excelling in the Duke of Edinburgh Award

Congratulations to F/Sgt Worthington and Cpl Archer for completing their Silver Duke of Edinburgh Awards. Both have worked extremely hard to complete their Silver and are working toward their Gold expeditions which they hope to complete in the next twelve months.   these are just the latest successes in the award this year with several cadets already completing their Bronze awards in […]

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