14 August 2020
This week we announced that the Army Cadets will be attempting to set two new Guinness World Records to mark World Mental Health Day on October 10. You can find out more here:
This year to mark World Mental Health Day we are attempting to write the Army Cadets into the Guinness World Records™ book… not just once, but twice!!
Congratulations to former Army Cadet @njr0binson who not only celebrated his 18th Birthday last week, but also took part in his Army passing out parade and received the Young Heroes of the year by @durhampolice – How awesome is that!
https://t.co/gVATZMnogM Congratulations to all those who passed out especially to the former Army Cadet Force Cadets— @acfcolcadets #Keeptheflamealive (@ACFColCadets) August 10, 2020
Dorset ACF had a very special virtual Q&A with Lance Sgt Heidi Silcox, a former Army Cadet who is now serving in the Army as a Combat Medic. Bet that was a great session!
This week Middlesex and NW London ACF have been looking back over their Virtual Annual Camp. Including this task for Cadets to create a musical instrument. Nice one team
#Throwback to Day 2 of #VirtualAnnualCamp and a task for our #cadets to create a musical instrument. The #winner was Cdt McKenzie of 208 Willesden Detachment who not only played the spoons, but went one further and formed a band with her mum! pic.twitter.com/IWSvpdKn8t— Middlesex & North West London ACF (@ArmyCadetsNWLon) August 12, 2020
2 Coy Cambridgeshire ACF have been holding some great online sessions. This week it was the turn of SMI Gardiner who did a demo and Q&A session on Drill.
Another great turnout this evening with the 2 company online sessions!— 2 Company Cambridgeshire ACF (@2coycambsacf) August 10, 2020
Demo + Q&A session with SMI Gardiner on drill!
Well done to all those who joined!
Remember to get those submissions in for the CSMs challenge!#cambridgeshireacf #2company #CSMsChallenge #armycadets pic.twitter.com/dAw5kFaeaB
Don’t forget, if you haven’t already seen the August edition of the digital Army Cadet Magazine, you can read it here.
Keep sharing everything you have been up to at home across our Social Media channels using #VirtualACF #Keeptheflamealive #CadetForceResilience