Army cadets show they are up to the challenge

West Lindsey Chairman Jessie Milne gets an overview of firearms training from Under Officer Pete Boucher and cadets George Plewes, Taylor Bainbridge and Corey Hailes.
West Lindsey Chairman Jessie Milne gets an overview of firearms training from Under Officer Pete Boucher and cadets George Plewes, Taylor Bainbridge and Corey Hailes.
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MARKET Rasern Army Cadets held an open evening at their Chapman Street headquarters.

Potential recruits were able to see what the organisation has to offer and try out some of the skills too.

Chairman of West Lindsey District Council Jessie Milne was one of those who went along to see what the cadets get up to and she had nothing but praise for both the young people and staff alike.

“Everyone is so enthusiastic,” she said.

“There are so many opportunities open to the cadets and they achieve so much.

“They are such an amazing group of young people and I think they are so lucky to have such committed officers leading them.”

And as well as officers, the group is always happy to hear from parents who would be willing to help at events and activities.

To find out more about what the Army Cadet Force has to offer log on to http://armycadets.com/county/lincolnshire-acf or call the county headquarters on 01522 528109.