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October 2017 Newsletter out now

The latest issue of YOU London is available to read now – simply click here. Includes, Wembley Air Cadets Scoop Prize Trophy, Greater London Awards – Deputy Lieutenant’s certificates and the new cadet opening in Hornchurch!


The Unremembered: World War One’s army of workers

Cadets and adult volunteers from across London are invited to take part in a special Black History Month a the National Army Museum on 28 October. As well as exploring the history of WWI with the museum team, event workshops will focus on the Caribbean contribution, including creating a living memorial for the 123 Caribbean


Mass Casualty excercise for Waltham Forest cadets

On Tuesday 30 May cadets from the Volunteer Police Cadets (Waltham Forest and Redbridge), St John Ambulance, Chingford Sea Cadets and 27F (Chingford) Squadron RAF Air Cadets came together at the Hornbeam Academy in Waltham Forest to take part in a Mass Casualty Exercise. Having established a joint control room, staffed by Police and St


US Embassy to host special WW1 lecture for young Londoners

To mark the centenary of the United States entering World War I,  the US Embassy is hosting a special lecture for young Londoners titled The Doughboys – The American Experience in WW1. Introduced by the U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Lewis Lukens, and featuring Dr Spencer Jones Senior Lecture in War Studies at Wolverhampton University and photographer


Jo Cox Memorial Exchange to USA

Are you actively involved in promoting social cohesion in your community and aged 16-24? The Embassy of the United States is seeking applications for the Jo Cox Memorial Exchange – the chance to take part in a two week visit to the Untied States to explore programs that are promoting tolerance and inclusion in communities and schools.

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