Cromwell Community College and Chatteris Army Cadet Force praised for work with Royal British Legion

PUBLISHED: 12:37 06 April 2017 | UPDATED: 16:21 06 April 2017

Lord Lieutenant Sir Hugh Duberly with members of the Chatteris Detachment Army Cadet Force, PHOTO: Chatteris Royal British Legion

Lord Lieutenant Sir Hugh Duberly with members of the Chatteris Detachment Army Cadet Force, PHOTO: Chatteris Royal British Legion

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Cromwell Community College and the Chatteris Detachment Army Cadet Force have been recognised for their efforts in supporting the Royal British Legion.

Lord Lieutenant Sir Hugh Duberly with students from Cromwell Community College. PHOTO: Chatteris Royal British LegionLord Lieutenant Sir Hugh Duberly with students from Cromwell Community College. PHOTO: Chatteris Royal British Legion

Certificates were awarded to members of the college and the cadets by the Cambridgeshire County Committee, which organises annual awards ceremonies to thank youth organisations and schools in the county for their help.

This year’s event was held at the Waterbeach Army barracks and Lord Lieutenant Sir Hugh Duberly CBE was on hand to distribute the awards.

The Army Cadet Detachment in Chatteris was recognised for its collections and its involvement in the British Legion’s Poppy Appeal, and Cromwell Community College was praised for its Remembrance Day Service and its work with the Poppy Appeal, Afghanistan Heroes and local charity, Scotties Little Soldiers.

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