THE LORD LIEUTENANT HONOURS

10 October 2018

Last night, at the Denbies Wine Estate in Dorking, the Lord Lieutenants awards took place. With many cadets and adults from within the SERFCA(South East Reserve Forces and Cadets Assoc) region, many of our county cadets and adults picked up awards, for merit and service. Here are the recipients:

Lord Lieutenant’s Certificate for Meritorious Service – Lt Taylor

CFM for 12 years’ service – CSgt Adams

Lord Lieutenant’s Army Cadet 2018/2019 – Cadet Cpl Maisie Walker

Cadet CSgts Crossman, Larmer, Lowery – Master Cadet

DofE Gold – ex Cadet Cpl Millar, ex Cadet RSM Smyth, SI Foort-Schaale, 2Lt Curtis

Cadet Cpl Josling and Cadet LCpl Rowe –

Marksmanship Course, Connaught Cadet Summer Training Centre, Ottawa, Ontario

As part of the Royal Canadian Army Cadet (RCAC)/UK Army Cadets Forces bilateral exchange programme, a party of 16 UK ACF Army Cadets are selected each year to attend as students on the Cadet Leadership and Instructor Marksmanship RCAC 6-course in Canada. The UK Cadets are fully integrated within the RCAC Sections. Cadets participate in the Dominion of Canada Rifle Association National Rifle Shooting Competition on completion of the course. This year Surrey ACF had 2 cadets selected who both achieved highest possible score awards in separate full-bore rifle competitions at 300 yards.

Dominion of Canada Rifle Association National Rifle Shooting Competition Highest Possible Score Awards:

Cadet Corporal Stacey Josling, Addlestone Detachment, Surrey ACF was selected this year for the National Army Cadet Full Bore Rifle Team attending the 2018 Connaught exchange to Canada. During a national competition at the DCRA meeting held in Ontario, Canada, she was awarded a Highest Possible Score Badge during the MacDougall shoot at 300 yards with a score of 50.4".

"Cadet Lance Corporal Jack Rowe, Addlestone Detachment, Surrey ACF was selected this year for the National Army Cadet Full Bore Rifle Team attending the 2018 Connaught exchange to Canada. During a national competition at the DCRA meeting held in Ontario, Canada, he was awarded a Highest Possible Score Badge during the Hayhurst shoot at 300 yards with a score of 50.6".

Surrey ACF Supporters: Col White, CSgt Sanderson, SI Franklin.

So again we say a big WELL DONE to all those Cadets and CFAV's who achieved so much and brought honour to the County.