Henley Army Cadet Appointment as Lord-Lieutenant’s Cadet for Oxfordshire

Cadet Company Serjeant Major (CSM) Tallulah Scott from Henley Detachment has been appointment as the Lord-Lieutenant’s Cadet for Oxfordshire.

The Lord-Lieutenant’s Cadet is arguably one of the most respectable and outstanding roles to achieve within the Army Cadet Force (ACF). The role of the Lord-Lieutenant’s Cadet is to accompany the Lord-Lieutenant when they attend local community events & ceremonies. As well as representing the Cadet Forces & Public Speaking.

A number of cadets were nominated for this role, along with a citation, to which Oxfordshire ACF Cadet Commandant, Colonel Peterson decided that Cadet CSM Scott should receive this appointment. The Lord-Lieutenant may have only one cadet from each of the cadet services (Combined Cadet Force, Royal Air Force Air Cadets, Sea Cadets & ACF) to which Cadet CSM Scott is now Oxfordshire Army Cadet Force Lord-Lieutenant’s Cadet.

2nd Lieutenant Mel Haynes, Henley Detachment Commander said “Cadet CSM Scott has been in the ACF for over four years and is one of the county’s most senior cadet. She is an outstanding leader and has been a valuable asset to the company during this year’s lockdown; assisting and teaching on virtual parade nights. She will be a great asset and link to the communities alongside the Lord-Lieutenant and we can’t wait to see what else she achieves.”

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 2Lt Mel Haynes, 3360hayne@armymail.mod.uk

 

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