346 air cadets and Officer Commanding, Flt Lt Dan Laidler, were invited to share their stories of what Remembrance Day and wearing the Poppy means to them on Jonathan Miles’ mid-morning BBC Radio Newcastle show on November 7, 2014.

The Poppy is probably the most visible sign we have of honouring and remembering the fallen from all wars. But the reasons why we wear this national symbol of remembrance are personal and unique; it means something different to everyone. Listen in to find out why the cadets of 346 (Tynemouth) Squadron wear their Poppy with pride.

You can hear the radio interview by clicking on the link below (Credit: BBC Radio Newcastle):

Jonathan Miles Interview – Part 1
Jonathan Miles Interview – Part 2