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Holly Lodge CCF
CCF Army (RLC)and from Sept 2019 RAF section, offering Military based Leadership and Teamwork to 13-18 year olds. Established as part of the CEP 100 in 2015.
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Group Captain Nick Worrall Feb 24
It’s ok to not be ok. Ask your friends and family if they are ok and then ask again.
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Believe In Me CIC Feb 24
Thank you so much. The young people had so much fun. The day was so wonderful and they learnt so much. thanks for funding this great project
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Holly Lodge CCF Feb 23
Yes, we had one RAF cadet on the course. Will definitely offer to all our cadets.
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Holly Lodge CCF Feb 23
Great day for with Cyber First Adventurers. Thank you to SMI Chandler from H&W ACF for organising the day. Get yourself on a course its a great informative day.
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zlevans Feb 21
I hav had an amazing week with an amazing group of people.Thank you to all the Frimley staff for their support & encouragement but a special mention to Lee, Mo & the two Kevin's and also the lodge staff that helped me prepare. I am now wearing my new rank slide with pride 💚
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Navjot Feb 21
I agree, learnt a lot today and it left me all curious. Specifically I would like to learn more about Noor Inayat Khan and Princess Sophia Duleep Singh. Its thrilling to know how much interesting stuff is out there that we are all unaware of!
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Ariana Graf Haro Feb 21
Went to The National Archives today with to learn about Indian Women in the War and People of Colour in the war. Some many interesting and inspirational historical figures, that I wasn’t aware of, are now leaving me more curious to learn more.
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Holly Lodge CCF Feb 21
Congratulations to 2Lt Evans from . Basic complete. Well done and see you on parade to map out your future progression and training.
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Believe In Me CIC Feb 17
🚨BAME HISTORIANS NEEDED🚨Hi I’m looking to connect with South Asian & Black female historians. Please drop your name & what you specialise in, it’s for an event. If you love history & education get in touch. Plz RT
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Holly Lodge CCF Feb 16
Good luck to AUO Evans who is on the Basic Course this week. Hope passes without incident.
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Holly Lodge CCF Feb 13
Congratulations 👍
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Holly Lodge CCF Feb 13
Congratulations to Cadet Sgt Navjot Kaur from RAF Section, for getting through to Stage 2 of the Westminster Award 2020. Well done young lady!
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Believe In Me CIC Feb 11
It’s been a busy day with researching how Indian women contributed to the war. Cannot wait to share the themes/topics we have picked. It certainly will be interesting.
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Comdt Essex ACF 🏳️‍🌈 Feb 10
A little bit of the history of the ground and why you should never walk across a Parade Square unless you want the to shout at you 😉
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Holly Lodge CCF Feb 9
Leadership weekend comes to a premature close to to the weather. Great leadership skills on show. Ready for the main event later this summer. Thank you all CFAVs for your help.
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Holly Lodge CCF Feb 7
Early start for JNCO cadre. Cadet led command tasks all day, then onto the DCCT this evening. Great opportunity for the cadets to put themselves in the frame for promotion to LCpl.
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Holly Lodge CCF Feb 6
Great to see this award is so popular in your county. I think it should be a must for all cadets. Excellent award, excellent instructors, excellent weekend had by all!
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Holly Lodge CCF Feb 6
out on exercise for weekend. JNCO cadre on command tasks today, putting the CFIT training into practice.
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Ariana Graf Haro Jan 29
Impressed by the NCOs instructing and the drill the cadets are currently doing, they have improved so much from when they first started.
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