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New start for YOU in Merton

Leaders of Merton’s Youth Organisations in Uniform welcomed Clare Whelan OBE to a meeting in Wimbledon Police Station on 17 February. She explained her role as the Lord-Lieutenant’s Representative Deputy Lieutenant in the borough of Merton and said that she was keen to encourage the groups to work together for everyone’s benefit. The meeting hosted


January 2016 newsletter available now!

The latest issue of the YOU London newsletter is available to read now – simply click here. Includes Top Awards for the Fire Cadets, coverage of Trafalgar Day, Queen’s Award for Girls’ Brigade Adult Leaders, an Amazing Year for the Police Cadets, Building Links in Haringey and a special feature on the Army Cadets!    


YOU Leader in cancer charity fund raising bid

Andy Frost, Youth Leader with the Volunteer Police Cadets in Haringey, is raising both money and awareness for leukaemia and lymphoma research charity, ‘BloodWise’. Please read on to find out how YOU can help… Andy says: “My wife gave stem cells to a person, then unknown, who was suffering from a very rare form of blood cancer.


Joint Senior Leadership Training for 4 YOU London groups

A massive congratulations to all of these great young people from St John Ambulance Cadets, Volunteer Police Cadets, Sea Cadets and Fire Cadets who completed the ‘Senior Cadet Leadership Course’ at HMS President in London this weekend 15-17 January. An enjoyable and very stretching weekend was had by all with loads learnt about leadership for


Met Police Cadets Celebrate an Amazing Year at Second Annual Awards Ceremony

On 7th January 2016, The London Oratory School welcomed back Met Police Cadets together with senior officers, directors, friends and family to celebrate their impressive achievements during 2015. Inspector Helen Harper opened with a review of the year which included the Trafalgar Square parade, Trooping the Colour and the Notting Hill Carnival as well as

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