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Are you aged 12 to 18 and looking for a new challenge, sense of adventure and making friends for life? Then why not try the Army Cadet Force, the UK's largest youth group!

WHEN:
Monday & Thursdays
7.30pm — 9.30pm

WHERE:
Aylesbury Army Cadets
Army Reserve Centre, Viney House, Oxford Road

ACTIVITIES INCLUDE:

  • First Aid
  • Field Craft
  • Navigation
  • Skill at Arms
  • Drill and Turnout
  • Shooting
  • Signals
  • BTEC
  • Duke of Edinburgh
  • Adventure Training
  • And so much more...

Pop down any parade night for an informal chat and see what the Army Cadets are all about.

Alternatively, call our Detachment Commander & leave a message (SJT Jones — 07725 144051)

or Email: 9444jone@armymail.mod.uk

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