Archives: May 2019

Bristol Army Cadets Support New Bus Service Launch

The City and County of Bristol Army Cadet Force (BACF) is one of the faces of Bristol’s new m1 metrobus service.The m1 is the third […]

South West Army Cadets travel to The Somme

Army Cadets from Gloucestershire, Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Bristol, Somerset and Wiltshire joined their counterparts from across the country, in a uni...

Adult volunteer earns a Lord-Lieutenant’s award for extraordinary dedication to Bristol Army Cadets’ training

A 33-year-old environmental health officer with Bristol City Council has been honoured with a Lord-Lieutenant’s award for his exceptional commitment...

Cadet Force adult volunteers receive the new Queen’s Commission at Longleat House

Longleat House provided a stately backdrop as 36 Army Cadet Force adult volunteers from across the Wessex region received the new Queen’s Cadet Forc...

Bristol Army Cadets explore their potential at their annual camp on Dartmoor

More than 160 Bristol Army Cadets have been testing their ‘green’ skills and making the most of opportunities for adventurous training on a succes...

Thornbury Detachment Cadets receive awards

Cadets at Thornbury Detachment were presented with badges and certificates on Thursday 19th July by the President of the Thornbury branch of the Royal...

Army Cadets join in Bristol Harbourside festivities

Bristol Army Cadets’ mobile climbing wall was a popular activity among the many attractions laid on for an estimated 250,000 people attending the ci...

Yate Cadet Detachment Shines

Bristol ACF’s Yate Detachment are celebrating sporting success this summer, following outstanding performances from two of its cadets. LCpl Ar...

Cadets learn how to use new STEM kits

Cadet Isobel Machin, pictured on the right of the picture, from C Coy Bristol Army Cadet Force, recently attended a Science Technology, Engineeri...

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