Halifax girl Cait gets her wings

Rotarians from Sowerby Bridge Rotary Club in conjunction with the West Yorkshire Police are seen marshalling the events on the weekend for The Sowerby Bridge Rushbearing and Norland Scarecrow festivals. The Club even provided a first aider who's services were thankfully not in much demand over the weekend. The Club has been helping in this way for the past four or five years.
Rotarians from Sowerby Bridge Rotary Club in conjunction with the West Yorkshire Police are seen marshalling the events on the weekend for The Sowerby Bridge Rushbearing and Norland Scarecrow festivals. The Club even provided a first aider who's services were thankfully not in much demand over the weekend. The Club has been helping in this way for the past four or five years.
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A FORMER Holy Trinity pupil has graduated with flying colours from RAF Halton in Buckinghamshire.

Cait Calvert, 20, from Prospect Villas, Illingworth, Halifax, completed her basic training and will now start her RAF nurse training at Birmingham University in September.

She will then be based at Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

Her family went along to watch the ceremony.

“We’re proud of her strength and determination,” they said.

Halton is one of the largest RAF stations in the UK, situated near the village of Halton, near Wendover, Bucks.