Lynsey gets her sergeant’s stripes at Wisbech army cadets presentation
- Credit: Archant
Members of Wisbech Army Cadets were presented with awards including a promotion and various badges.
Detachment commander Captain Trevor Longmuir invited representatives of the Royal Anglian Regiment Association-Cambridgeshire to make the presentations.
Lieutenant Colonel (retired) David Denson, association chairman, presented Corporal Lynsey Alderson with her sergeant’s stripes and her three star army proficiency certificate (APC) and badge and Lance Corporal Ainsley Crowson with his two star APC and badge.
Major (Rtd) Tom Denton, association member and former officer commanding No1 (Hereward) Company presented: Cadet Marek Vasko with his heart start certificate; Cadet Justihas Slicas with his heart start and basic APC certificates and badge; and cadet Travis Norman with his basic APC and badge.
Both visitors stayed at the detachment after the presentations to see the cadets in training and had the chance to talk to many about their experience in the Army Cadet Force.
You may also want to watch:
Lt Col (Rtd) Denson said: “We are very impressed with the actual numbers and smartness of the cadets on parade. It is very pleasing to see cadets wearing the Cambridgeshire Regiment flash on their brazzard and their support at recent remembrance services organised by the Riders Branch of the Royal British Legion.”
- 1 Woman threatened for not wearing mask describes fear for safety
- 2 Man in critical condition after single-vehicle crash
- 3 Fen farm on more than 200 acres of land up for sale for £2.2million
- 4 'Software error' blamed for town council election mix up
- 5 Podcast revisits the mysterious missing case of Terry McSpadden
- 6 110-year-old church gates reappear following £400 makeover
- 7 Five fire crews called to building blaze
- 8 Heated dining pod and covered decking area at restaurant after garden makeover
- 9 Historian who wrote 126 books and spent 64 years bellringing dies aged 90
- 10 Norfolk has no Covid patients in critical care for first time in six months