• CCF
  • 11 September 2020

Fourth Form on Parade

Cranleigh’s Combined Cadet Force gained 83 new recruits this term, making it the largest contingent at Cranleigh since sign-up has been voluntary….

Cranleigh’s Combined Cadet Force gained 83 new recruits this term, making it the largest contingent at Cranleigh since sign-up has been voluntary.

This week saw 139 pupils on parade in their year groups.

CCF training continues this term using the Army’s COVID-19 safety system, known as Operation Regenerate.

Overnight exercises are prohibited but training, field days and some exercises will still be able to go ahead. 

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