East Anglia RFCA

We are responsible for the well-being of the region’s Reserve Forces and Cadets, promoting the interests of the Armed Forces and building relationships with the local community and employers.

The Armed Forces Covenant

The Armed Forces Covenant is a promise from the nation ensuring that those who serve or who have served in the Armed Forces, and their families, are treated fairly.
The RFCA invites you to find out what this means in practice, and how it's changing the lives of people living and working in East Anglia.

News about Reserves and Cadets

East Anglia RFCA is widely recognised as the most valuable, knowledgeable and authoritative body in support of Reserve Forces and Cadet Organisations in East Anglia.

The best places to train

We reinvested £225k of revenue from hiring out our buildings this year into refurbishments for Cadets and Reserves in East Anglia.

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Front cover of the Reserve forces 2030 review
Reserve Forces 2030 (RF30) review offers recommendations to the Chief of the Defence Staff

The Reserve Forces 2030 (RF30) review offers independent insights and recommendations to the Chief of the Defence Staff.The aim of the independent review was to explore ways to maximise the skills of […]

Hertfordshire volunteers receive special recognition

The Lord-Lieutenant of Hertfordshire, Robert Voss CBE CStJ, awarded Certificates of Meritorious Service to adult volunteers from the Cadet Forces and the Reserve Forces. The Lord-Lieutenant said: “It was a great pleasure to […]

Maldon sea cadets activity day
Maldon Sea Cadets sprang back with an Activity Day

As thousands of young people in East Anglia resume face-to-face activities with their respective youth organisations, CPO Tracey Temme also welcomed 9 new cadets and their parents this month to the Maldon […]

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