• CCF
  • 16 May 2018

CCF Mess Dinner

The Senior Cadets and members of staff who are leaving were dined out of the contingent on last Wednesday evening. Six Upper…

The Senior Cadets and members of staff who are leaving were dined out of the contingent on last Wednesday evening.

Six Upper Sixth Cadets and honoured guests were invited to join the Officers of the Contingent to enjoy a formal Officer Mess dinner in the dining hall. Being part of the Princess of Wales Royal Regiment (PWRR) the function followed the Mess rules and etiquette of the Regiment and gave the Cadets an introduction to the formalities of such an event.

Reception drinks with a brass quartet followed by a fantastically prepared meal with Royal toasts were the order of events and all enjoyed the experience. We dined out the longest serving member of the Contingent, Lt Webb and said farewell to our newest member UO Griffiths, both moving on to pastures new.

Good Luck to all the Senior Cadets in their exams.

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