Cadets from No 2 Cromwell Company take part in Justice Service in Cambridge

10 October 2018

A large number of cadets from No 2 Cromwell Company took part in a justice parade in Cambridge. The High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire led the parade from Trinity College to Great St. Mary's Church in the centre of Cambridge. The event was for all local dignitaries such as Mayors, Councillors and Judges to take part in a service at the church.

This was an extremely high profile event for the cadets to take part in. As a Company they were given the honour of being the guard of honour to the entrance of the church and at Trinity College. As the procession of dignitaries walked down the route, the cadets all stood to attention. After the service, the cadets and instructors did the same as the procession left the church back to Trinity College.

There were 50 cadets as well as instructors on parade from different detachments in the company. As well as No 2 Cromwell Company, the Commandant, Colonel Mark Knight MBE was also present.

The new Officer Commanding No 2 Cromwell Company, Major Jason Annis, said “as the new officer commanding of the company I am extremely pleased with the commitment and turnout of the cadets, instructors and officers who turned out for this event. They did Cambridgeshire Army Cadet Force proud with their behaviour.”