Silence by March army cadets as a mark of respect for Neale Wade teenager and also to those involved in the Westminster attack

Army cadets from March held a minute's silence in memory of Joshua Warby and for those involved in t

Army cadets from March held a minute's silence in memory of Joshua Warby and for those involved in the Westmisnter attack PHOTO: March Army cadets - Credit: Archant

March army cadet force had a minute of silence as a mark of respect to a 14 year old Neale Wade student who died last weekend and also for those involved in the Westminster attack in London this week.

A cadet spokesman said they held the tribute: “In memory of those lost in London and in memory of Joshua Warby as many people that knew him and some of his close friends stand among us in march detachment. RIP.

“Well done guys you’ve made the cadet force proud this evening, makes me proud to be part of this youth organisation.”


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