Ballymoney cadets inspired by annual camp in Devon

Cadets having fun. INBM44-13

Cadets having fun. INBM44-13

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Cadets from Ballymoney have been so inspired by their annual two week, adventure-packed Annual Camp in Devon that they have returned ready to launch a local recruitment campaign.

The Ballymoney teens are highlighting opportunities to try new sports and activities, acquire new skills, get fit, build their CVs, make friends and generally enjoy themselves … all at little or no cost. It’s an offer, they say, that simply isn’t available anywhere else and the benefits package explains why the Army Cadet Force is one of the UK’s largest and most successful youth organisations.

The Annual Camp experience is usually regarded as a highlight of the Cadet calendar and this year the local Cadets descended on Okehampton in Devon for a fortnight of outdoor adventure training, sport, socialising and team building, plus the experience of living under canvas and, occasionally, even cooking for themselves. Taking full advantage of the serious fun on offer at this year’s Annual Camp as he scales new heights is Ballymoney Cadet Matthew Brown (PICTURED RIGHT). For further info visit telephone 02890 815221 or visit