10 August 2020
A right house of cards
107 Royal Signals have been giving their Cadets challenges over the last few weeks and this week it was to build a house of cards! Great fun, not to mention a steady hand needed here!
DCs Challenge 16— 107 Royal Signals ACF (@107Acf) August 4, 2020
Grit, determination and an abundance of patience was required for this weeks challenge...
Building a house of cards
Congrats to Cdts Adeosun & Barbosa on winning this week!@10selacf @71signalregt @R_Signals @ACFColCadets @MayorOfBexley @company_oc pic.twitter.com/ZAvDY0kdhO
First Aid in the Community
Well done and thank you to Cadet Nasim Ahmed from @WarksWMACF who put his first aid skills to life to assist a victim of a knife attack.
Another one of our cadets!— Sarah Newton (@sarahmcnewt) August 4, 2020
Teaching life saving skills is part of our bread and butter in the #armycadetforce and this is why! Another very proud company commander moment for me.
@ArmyCadetsUK@WarksWMACF #prideofbirminghamhttps://t.co/fMTgu29T3Z pic.twitter.com/nSTPCOzX21
Well done to Cadet Sergeant Tom Fielder from Oxfordshire ACF who raised over £1,000 by doing a planned time walk around cemeteries.
You may remember, our very own Cadet Sergeant Tom Fielder planned time walk a marathon around cemeteries raising money for the RBL!— Oxfordshire ACF (@OxfordshireACF) August 6, 2020
He raised over £1,000!
A very big congratulations to you Tom! @HQCadetBranch @ACFColCadets #Oxfordshire @11InfBde @ArmyCadetsUK pic.twitter.com/02N8isvQ0O
CSM Toby Berry Naisbitt, has passed his Master Cadet Interview online! Well done, you should be very proud!
Great job to Beth Wells who enjoyed her first address as county D&I Officer!
LCpl Munro from Elgin Detachment, 1st Battalion the Highlanders, has successfully completed his bronze DofE Award! Well done to you!
Congratulations to LCpl Munro, from #Elgin Detachment, who has successfully completed his Bronze @DofE Award - our FIRST award of 2020!!— 1st Battalion The Highlanders Army Cadet Force (@1hldrsacf) August 6, 2020
Even in lockdown cadets still achieving, well done Liam. We hope to present your certificate and badge shortly #ACFADofE #DofE #ACFAdventures pic.twitter.com/FiPXTOTucm
Well done to 2Lt Joy Taylor from C Coy, Durham ACF. She’s been awarded her IOT ILM award during lockdown.
Army Cadet Digi-Magazine
Don’t forget the August magazine is out now. It’s packed full of the usual great stuff. You can check it out here.
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