25 September 2020
Well done to Cdt Evans who has raised over £200 for Wigan & Leigh Hospice
Well Done Cadet!— Merseyside ACF (@MerseysideACF) September 21, 2020
A huge shout out for #teamMACF Cdt Evans who has raised over £200 for Wigan & Leigh Hospice as part of his volunteering section for Bronze @ACFADofE 👏👍
For full story:https://t.co/tMe845oXC7@Seddon1David@ArmyCadetsUK@HQCadetBranch pic.twitter.com/vOVi7d5fQw
Master Cadet Status
Congratulations to SSGT Cordwell, from Lincolnshire ACF on becoming a Master Cadet
2Lt Scott Baker from Yorkshire ACF was awarded the Meritorious First Aid Award for his life saving actions – top work!!
Congrats to one of our brilliant cap-badged cadets. @YorkshireACF 2Lt Scott Baker, awarded a Meritorious First Aid Award for his life saving actions in @Hull in August. @NationalACSMI @hsyrsmi @RFCAYH @ArmyCadetsUK @ColYorksRegt pic.twitter.com/y4J2Lhslla— Yorkshire Regiment (@YORKS_REGT) September 25, 2020
Well done to the Cadets and CFAV’s from @1hldrsacf who have received a Colonel Cadets Coins for Excellence.
Cadets and Adults from @1hldrsacf have had their efforts to #KeepTheFlameAlive rewarded. Congratulations to the six members who were recently presented with Colonel Cadets Coins for Excellence! Click here for the full story: https://t.co/RkqcU2k62w.🎉🎖👏 #InThisTogether pic.twitter.com/JoXUhJp7XY— Highland Reserves (@hrfca) September 22, 2020
It was the Cadets at Shropshire ACF who had reason to celebrate as they beat the CFAVs by 40-30 in an online quiz. Well done to all who took part.
Keep sharing everything you have been up to at home across our Social Media channels using #VirtualACF #Keeptheflamealive #CadetForceResilience