Henley Army Cadet Force Annual Camp 2018 Success

Henley Army Cadet Force have returned from their Annual Camp which was held at Swynnerton Training Camp in Staffordshire.

The 13 day camp consisted of the Cadets military training including, shooting, fieldcraft, first aid amongst many other activities.

Henley Detachment also have good reason to celebrate, with the three Senior Cadets returning from the National Cadet Training Centre having successfully completed the Master Cadet course. The only cadets in Oxfordshire to have done so this Summer.

There was also more reasons to celebrate for the Detachment as they picked up all three awards: Best Detachment, Best Recruitment & Participation as well as Lieutenant Thomas Fearn being awarded the Best Detachment Commander in Oxfordshire.

Detachment Commander Lieutenant Thomas Fearn commented: “2017 / 2018 has been a great year for the detachment; I’m incredibly proud of all of the cadets in Henley, without them there would be no Henley Detachment and we wouldn’t have achieved everything we had done this year. The start of our new year means that anyone moving into Year 8 at school can now join our detachment – they’ll be joining the best Detachment in Oxfordshire as proven by our awards.”

Henley Detachment Instructors and Senior Cadets

The Army Cadet Force is a national youth organisation sponsored and supported by the Ministry of Defence for 12 to 18 year olds, Army Cadets provides a challenging and varied syllabus based on military themes. Henley Army Cadet Force parade every Wednesday from 1900 to 2130 at The Old TA Centre on Friday Street and are currently looking for new Cadets and Adult Volunteers, feel free to come along and experience something new. Please contact Detachment Commander Lt Thomas Fearn on 3875fear@armymail.mod.uk .

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