Cadets from Henley Detachment, Oxfordshire Army Cadet Force (ACF) have been busy making poppies for a remembrance display at their County Headquarters in Bicester. The Cadets received a virtual tutorial on how to make a garden poppy from the County Training Officer Major Paul Rodwell, using the bottom of a plastic drink bottle, red spray paint, a black marker pen and green garden cane.
Cadets from Henley have been researching their family tree and local heroes who served in the Armed Forces, and will be presenting their findings on Wednesday 11 November to their fellow cadets via a virtual parade night.
Along with their research, the Cadets from Henley Detachment have also entered into a detachment competition. Cadets will upload a photo of themself in their smartly ironed uniform and polished boots during their two-minute silence on Sunday. The smartest turned out cadets will win a Regimental Rifles Stable Belt.
Even though we are unable to parade in person, We Will Remember Them.
The Army Cadet Force is a national youth organisation sponsored and supported by the Ministry of Defence. For 12-18-year olds, designed to deliver challenging and varied training based on military themes and concepts. Henley Detachment at the Drill Hall in Friday Street & parade every Wednesday from 1900 to 2130hrs. We would love for new Cadets and Adult Volunteers to come visit us and experience something new, whether that is our virtual parade night or once we re-open for face to face training. For any Henley Detachment enquires please email AUO Mel Haynes, email@example.com