March cadet performs Last Post on ITV Anglia programme to mark centenary of outbreak of First World War

PUBLISHED: 11:17 06 August 2014 | UPDATED: 11:17 06 August 2014

1220 - March Air Cadets Honour the Fallen at Duxford.

1220 - March Air Cadets Honour the Fallen at Duxford.

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A cadet corporal from the 1220 (March) squadron was given the honour of performing the Last Post on TV as part of a programme commemorating the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.

1220 - March Air Cadets Honour the Fallen at Duxford. 1220 - March Air Cadets Honour the Fallen at Duxford.

Cadet Corporal Joe Goodman, 16, who won a Wing Music Competition to find the best solo buglar, closed ITV Anglia’s coverage with a moving performance.

Ten other cadets and two members of staff from the March squadron also took part in the programme.

Cpl Goodman said: “I was really nervous about playing on TV, but excited at the same time.”

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