NE RFCA Employer Engagement Team joins 800 business leaders
Eight hundred North East business leaders celebrated the region’s many achievements in Durham Cathedral last week, and raised over £154,000 for the building’s restoration.
16 North East Employers Awarded Gold
16 NORTH EAST EMPLOYERS have been awarded Gold for their support to the Armed Forces, the highest badge of honour available under the MOD’s Employer Recognition Scheme Gold Award. They will be presented with their awards on 12 November 2019, at the National Army Museum in London.
Cadets Wow Veterans with Musical Display
On Wednesday 7th August, cadets from the Durham ACF Band & Bugles wowed an audience of veterans and families at the Royal Hospital Chelsea and a very special guest! This is the first Army Cadet Band to perform at the historic setting in almost 30 years.
Flying the Flag for the Armed Forces
Durham County Council flew the official Armed Forces flag at County Hall to mark Armed Forces Day on Saturday, 29 June and Reservist Day on Wednesday, 26 June.
Army Cadet Named as Young Hero
Concert by RAF Band Cranwell
Ministry of Defence recognises support to Defence.
The Ministry of Defence will honour employers for their support to Defence.
Reservists Raise Funds for ABF The Soldiers Charity
Over the bank holiday 9 members of 103 (TEE) Fd Sqn raised funds for ABF The Soldiers' Charity. It is the National Charity of the British Army and provides financial and practical support to soldiers, veterans, and their immediate family in times of need, even after they have left the Army.
Plain Sailing for Stanley Army Cadet Marc Hague
Durham Army Cadet Sergeant Marc Hague, 17 from Sheild Row, Stanley has embarked on a voyage of remembrance, adventure and personal development to mark a century-old anniversary. In the splendour of Tower Bridge and the River Thames, Marc boarded the Tall Ship Lord Nelson and has set sail from London to Edinburgh on a ten-day voyage.
From Pride to Paris for Durham Army Cadet Musicians
Last weekend over 35 young army cadet musicians between the ages of 12-18 performed at two high profile events from Newcastle to Paris. The Band & Bugles of Durham Army Cadet Force (DACF) is nationally recognised for the standard of performing at military and public events through the UK and Europe. The young musicians have played in Malta, Windsor Castle, Wembley Stadium, Durham Cathedral and Alnwick Castle in the presence Her Majesty the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh, and many more over the years and most recently can add Northern Pride and Disneyland Paris to the list.