Tag Archives: Cambs

A meeting with the Commandant

Monday evening I went across to our County HQ to talk to our CEO (Cadet Executive Officer) about the County PR (Public Relations). I think I should give you a little background information at this point. When I re-joined the Cadets in 2005 the PRO (Public Relations Officer) was excellent. His output was amazing and […]

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Disabled Facilities at HQ

The other week I received a phone call for the QM (Quartermaster) at Cambs ACF (Army Cadet Force) to let me know that a meeting was going to take place. The Estates Manager from East Anglia RFCA (Reserve Forces and Cadet Association) and their Architect were meeting with the QM at the Cadet Training Centre, […]

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MRI results

I’ll start by apologising for being a bit quite the last week or so as I haven’t felt brilliant or done anything worth talking about. I must admit I have been a bit nervous in the run up to today and a little frustrated it has taken so long. My Consultant arrived at roughly the […]

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One night only (Part 2)

Saturday night I got hardly any sleep as I wrestled with the shower room situation. The room layout consisted of a massive rectangular room (longest length from side to side as you look from the door) with the door on the far right hand side. It was that big you could have easily got a […]

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An epic day

Yesterday was the Cambs ACF (Army Cadet Force) Open Day and I was there to do the photography. I knew this was going to be a very long day as we had to be at the Cadet Training Centre at 08:45, the event ran from 10:00 to 17:00 and I didn’t end up getting away […]

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A day to remember

Saturday was wet and miserable but I had been looking forward to the day for weeks as I was going to my first every big live sporting event. Every year the Army and Navy play rugby at Twickenham Stadium for the Babcock Trophy and I have wanted to go to the match for years. I […]

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A visit and some realisations

The best thing I will take away from all the time I have spent in Hinchingbrooke Hospital over the years will be two new friendships. One of those friends popped round for a coffee today and it was so nice to see them. It was nice to see them socially and not with all the […]

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A dinning experience

Today I went out for lunch with two friends from Cambs ACF, we went to a local pub that I had not been to before. This was my first dinning out experience since the surgery and I was quite looking forward to it. After squeezing the wheelchair into the car it was off on the […]

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