Army Team visit Combined Cadet Force at Ellesmere College.
An Army Team recently visited a North Shropshire School and gave the pupils participating in the Combined Cadet Force Programme the opportunity to improve their climbing abilities and participate in leadership development exercises.
Members of the Light Infantry Army Military Liaison Team based at Copthorne Barracks, Shrewsbury recently visited Ellesmere College to give the Naval and RAF cadets from the School's Combined Cadet Force the opportunity to try their skills at climbing and abseiling from their portable climbing tower.
During the action-packed afternoon, the cadets all participated in a number of tactical activities including shooting, leadership development and team building challenges.
Debra Joynson Brooks, CCF Navy Section Leader commented, 'A most rewarding and exciting afternoon was had by all those who participated and my thanks on behalf of the CCF College staff and cadets must go to the military personnel who made it all happen for us.'
27th September 2006
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