YJA’s Managing Editor, Sam Atkins, and Programme Manager, Rob Pitman, have helped Army Cadets from Caistor with an oral history project, which explores Lincolnshire’s role in 20th-century conflicts. The cadets decided to interview local people about their recollections of times of conflict and how this affected local communities. The film of the day has now […]
YJA’s Senior Editor, Bill Thompson has for the last five years helped promote the Lincolnshire Army Cadet Force. Earlier this month, he accompanied the cadet band to Belgium to report on a very special event.
Young people are often accused of spending too much time alone in front of a TV or computer yet there are many organisations in the UK that offer the chance to experience exciting activities and make new friends. YJA Co-editor, Bill Thompson is a volunteer in the Army Cadet Force so he has been able to […]
A school teacher from the US has introduced pedals under desks. Apparently this will help the pupils focus on their work. The teacher had said that this has definitely helped. At Martin Middle School, maths teacher Bethany Lambeth said that her pupils would not stop moving around the classroom. Because of this, she has decided […]
The twenty fifth of June marked the beginning of Armed Forces Week. Like many other organisations around the UK, North Kesteven District Council held a ceremony to show their respect to members of the military, past and present, who have defended our nation. ‘Raising of the Armed Forces Day Flag’ took place in front of […]
A member of the Lincolnshire Army Cadet Force Band has recently competed against some of the best young brass musicians in the USA. Earlier this month, 15-year-old Cdt Kira Roberts fulfilled her dream when she entered as a soloist in the North American Brass Band Championship held in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Kira was up against much […]
Two Army Cadets from North Hykeham Detachment are very much anticipating Easter Camp at Beckingham, where they will complete their basic training. During their first year, cadets Ellie Rowbottom and Tegan Aplin are already making a strong impression at their detachment. Ellie signed up after she heard an army cadet give a school presentation. […]
The county of Lincolnshire was once known as Bomber County because in WW2 its flat terrain was peppered with airfields. Over the last 70 years, nearly all these sites have returned to farmland or have been built on, but in recent times one organisation has worked tirelessly to ensure that the bravery of the airmen and […]
In his final year as an Army cadet, Gainsborough’s Kyle Fogarty, a former Young Journalist from the previously named Trent Valley Academy, has passed a tough assessment course and is now a Master Cadet. This is the first time for a decade that a cadet from Lincolnshire’s 4 Company has achieved this level of recognition. Last […]
Lincolnshire Army Cadet Force has just launched its first-ever digital magazine. The 58 page first edition covers some of the amazing activities the cadets have been involved in, including some great work in local communities. Click here to open!