20 March 2019
Andrew Harter CBE DL, The High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire (until 20th
March) invited various charities and youth groups including
Cambridgeshire Army Cadet Force to nominate projects for funds from
the High Sheriff’s Award Fund.
ACF nominated two projects:
Corps of Drums
undertake a new CD recording of the Corps and the purchase of a new
side drum and electronic organ.
Clay Pigeon Shooting Team
purchase of a new 12 and 20 gauge shot gun to allow the entry into
March we were invited to attend the High Sheriff’s Award evening to
hear if we were successful in being award a grant. Well good news we
have been successful!
evening was held at the University of Cambridge and attended by over
300 guests inc charities and youth groups all eager to see hear the
news. Cadets from No2 Company supported the event by providing car
par and guides for the guests.
event was hosted by TV presenter Carol
On 20th March Dr Any Harter, CBE DL steps down after completing his year in office as the High Sheriff to make way for His Honour Neil McKittrick DL. Cambridgeshire ACF will support the incoming High Sheriff during his term and provide four Cadets as High Sheriff Cadets. More will follow in due course on these appointments.