Cadets from Beds and Herts Army Cadet Force (ACF) travelled to Norfolk this week for their annual summer camp.
The cadets will spend 10 days at West Tofts Training Camp, from Wednesday, August 19, where Cadet Force Adult Volunteers (CFAV) who will organising activities such as canoeing, mountain biking and navigation are designed to offer the cadets a chance to develop valuable skills such as leadership, self-discipline and the ability to work within a team.
The progressive training offered to cadets and CFAVs is not only provided at annual camp but all year round, offering opportunities to rise up the ranks.
CFAVs devote their spare time to helping young people reach their full potential, enabling them to develop transferable skills that could potentially help them climb their career ladder.
To find out more information about the Cadets, or if you are interested in becoming a CFAV, visit the East Anglia RFCA website www.earfca.org.uk/cadets.