By SI Laura Cole, No 4 (Korea) Company
Over the weekends of 5th, 6th, 19th & 20th March cadets from No 4 (Korea) Company out supporting Marie Curie at their local Morrisons.
Marie Curie is a charity established in 1948 and aims to support people and their families who are terminally ill. At the nine Marie Curie Hospices, quality of life for patients is actively promoted and the hospices also provide support for their carers. Marie Curie provides the largest number of hospice beds outside the National Health Service.
The cadets enjoyed selling daffodils which is a symbol of spring, new beginnings and rebirth. The colour is important as it's vibrant and joyful which is everything this amazing campaign stands for.
Staff in No 4 (Korea) company are extremely proud of the cadets who attended the weekends. They enjoyed being back in the community once again supporting great causes. For some cadets, this was their first cadet in the community event. For some, it was their first since before the pandemic began. They enjoyed speaking to locals and hearing many stories of their pasts.
Well done No 4 (Korea) Company, great work!