On the 6th May, 16 cadets from 633 squadron went to Lechade Duck Race for the day to help with car parking, duck-selling and generally supporting the event. Within the showground there were stalls from RAFAC merchandise, the RAF police, live music, a Vigilant glider and a gazelle helicopter both on static display. There was also multiple food outlets that were selling delicious hot and cold food, and stalls showing animals such as goats, a calf, chicks, ducks and bunnies that you could stroke and hold.
On our breaks we were able to wander round and enjoy these stalls as if we had come as the public. It was a very eventful day and one we all enjoyed thoroughly. During the duck race we sat on the back of the river and enjoyed the view. The weather was beautiful and the atmosphere was lively. I would definitely go again and I think it was a brilliant event.