Army Cadets at Royal Cornwall Show
It was a welcome return to the Royal Cornwall Show last week after 2 years of not being able to take place. The massive three day event takes place near Wadebridge in Cornwall and it attracted over 120,000 visitors.
Cadet Force Adult Volunteers and cadets from across Cornwall managed and helped at our recruitment stand based at the Army Military Village.
Across the three days, we offered face painting, taking part in a patrol trail and simulated grenade throwing, as well as talking to many interested potential cadets and adult volunteers.
On the Friday we were also visited by the Commander South West, Colonel Gary McDade and local members of Wessex Reserve Forces' & Cadets' Association.
Our Lord Lieutenant Cadet, Serjeant Brown had the honour of again meeting HRH Prince of Wales and the Dutchess of Cornwall.