BOOTS were given that extra bit of polish and uniforms perfectly pressed for the annual inspection of the Market Rasen Detachment of the Army Cadet Force.
“It was a good turnout and it is nice to see there are a number of new members,” said inspecting officer Major Deborah Clark.
It was also a time to celebrate the achievements of individual cadets, and none more so than Corporal William Frame, who had completed his Duke of Edinburgh Silver Award.
The award for the most improved cadet went to younger brother George Frame, who, it was said, had an immaculate turn out and 100 per cent attendance.
Cadet Holly Burridge received her first badge, the Royal British Legion affiliation badge.
For information on joining the Army Cadet Force, either as a cadet or an adult instructor, go along to the headquarters in Chapman Street, Market Rasen, on a Tuesday evening, between 7pm and 9pm, where Sgt Adam Morrisey will be able to give more details.