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Members of the YOU London organisations played their part in the spectacular Jack Petchey Foundation Ignite Festival of Youth on Sunday 16th March at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. Many who had received its support, came together to help celebrate 15 successful years of the Jack Petchey Foundations programmes. Air Cadets rolled out the welcome
On Tuesday 11th November, the Fire Cadet central team (Sara Perez, WM Lee Small and Cadet Unit Leader Annetta Hawkins), six Volunteer Cadet Instructors, twelve Fire Cadets from Newham and two Graduate Fire Cadets from Waltham Forest (Jack and Laila) attended the Worshipful Company of Fire Fighters prestigious annual Dinner. The aim of attending was
At a Parliamentary reception on 10th December, Communities Secretary Eric Pickles MP met young people who have benefitted from a government funding programme and saw first-hand how it had helped change their lives. Young people from YOU London organisations attended the event. In 2012 the government announced a £10 million cash boost to help train
Army cadets and staff from 234 Westminster City School Detachment ACF (Rifles) attended a memorial service on 25th November to celebrate the achievements of the first Jewish soldier to be awarded the Victoria Cross Lieutenant Frank Alexander de Pass VC at Victoria Embankment Gardens, Westminster. Lieutenant de Pass of the 34th Prince Albert Victor’s Own
On Sunday 9 November 2014, Merton’s Volunteer Police Cadets (VPC) were proud to join the Remembrance Sunday parade in Mitcham. For the first time, the Merton Police contingent included 15 new Junior Volunteer Police Cadets, young people from St Marks Academy and other local schools aged 10 – 12. As the first VPC unit in