Archives: August 2019

Dorset Army Cadets’ Acting Commandant looks for more adults to follow his lead

As Acting Commandant of Dorset Army Cadet Force, Lieutenant-Colonel Andy Garrett is keen to attract more people with the necessary enthusiasm and unst...

Padres prove their worth in helping Army Cadets make the most of summer camp

Padres are unique as the Army’s only trained, uniformed personnel who operate outside the chain of command but that does not make their role any [&h...

South West businesses come out in support of the Armed Forces community

In three weeks, 26 businesses based in the south west pledged their support to members of the Armed Forces community by signing the Armed Forces [&hel...

Army Cadet volunteer in charity calendar success

 It’s not just our Cadets who win awards and accolades.This weekend, Christchurch Detachment Commander, Thor Elsson came second in the ABF The ...

Wiltshire Cadets remember soldiers who died during the Battle for Hill 112

Cadets from Wiltshire Army Cadets Band, joined World War Two veterans and members of Army Headquarters South West, at a ceremony to commemorate 75 yea...

Cornwall Army Cadets’ new county training centre is taking shape

Cornwall’s Army Cadets are soon to have a new County Training Centre (CTC), 10 years after the closure of Penhale Camp left them without a […...

Reserves from across the South West help to deliver a successful Ten Tors event

Hundreds of Reserves from across the South West have helped to successfully deliver the famous Ten Tors Challenge, which saw 2,400 young people take o...

Army Cadets from Somerset and Bristol complete 50 miles in two days

Two teams from Somerset and Bristol Army Cadets have worked together to complete the gruelling 50 mile RAF WARMA march at RAF Cosford.The RAF WARMA [&...

Army Cadets from Cornwall clean local war graves

On Saturday 23rd March 2019, Army Cadets from St Austell and St Blazey Detachments together went to the St Austell and Charlestown Cemeteries to clean...

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