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On Sunday 26th June, a team of five Kingston on Thames Volunteer Police Cadets went to the Royal Russell School in Croydon to take part in the London District Regional First Aid Competition. Three of our cadets helped out with the smooth-running of the day, ensuring that everyone knew where they had to be and
Hounslow Brownie and Guide Leader Pat Spencer bubbled with pride and happiness as she was presented with the prestigious Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service on 29th June at Bell Road Methodist Church. The award for voluntary groups is equivalent to the MBE for individuals. Pat, who has given over thirty years of dedicated and exceptional
Over 70 Harrow teenagers from Army Cadets, Air Cadets, and Volunteer Police Cadets battled it out on the parade ground of Harrow School on 16th June The annual drill and rifle shooting competition was presided over by the Mayor of Harrow Councillor Rekha Shah and Representative Deputy Lieutenant John Purnell. Drill winners 1454 Harrow Squadron
Entry is now open for the Mayor’s Fund for London Awards 2016. The awards celebrate individuals, organisations and schools making a positive impact on the social mobility of young Londoners from disadvantaged backgrounds. In addition to the usual categories of Mayor’s Fund for London Award, Young London Working Award and Employer of the Year Award,
Cadet organisations from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea came together on Sunday, 12 June to put on a tea party fit for a Queen. 300 older people from across the borough were entertained by a cadet band, joined in a sing-along and were served a spelndid tea at The Great Hall at The