The Army Cadet Force (ACF) will open the doors to its newest detachment at Fulham House SW6 in November.

The ACF is the Army's national voluntary youth organisation with a membership of over 47,000 boys and girls aged 12 to 18. It operates in more than 1,700 locations across the UK with the aim of encouraging young people to achieve success, with a spirit of service to Queen, Country and their local community.

Army Cadet Force
Army Cadet Force
 

Cadets engage in a full range of activities which include sport, first aid, adventure training and community work, as well as military skills. There is even the opportunity to achieve nationally recognised qualifications such as BTEC diplomas, which might aid them when they leave school.

The ACF is fully involved with the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme and last month over fifty ACF participants were presented with their Gold certificates at St James’ Palace.

239 Fulham Detachment opens on Thursday November 14th and will meet every Monday and Thursday from 1900 – 2130. For more information visit armycadets.com or email fulhamarmycadets@armymail.mod.uk           

Army cadet takes aim