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Content - Estates and Supplies

 Our Estate comprises of 198 sites across 6 countiesNationally, the 13 RFCAs are responsible for the upkeep and development of some 350 Army Reserve Forces’ sites and 2,300 cadet sites on behalf […]

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News - Cadet Adult Recognition Awards (CARAs) come to East Anglia

The Cadet Adult Recognition Awards were first held in 2020 by Lowlands RFCA, and this year the CARAs have come to East Anglia too!Adult volunteers have supported the cadets during the pandemic, […]

Content - Cadet Adult Recognition Awards (CARAs)

What are the CARAs? Find out more How to make a great CARAs nomination. Our top tips Read about some of our Cadet Force adult volunteers. Top Stories Ready to fill out […]

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News - Cadet Centre in Stevenage set to re-open after major refurbishment

Air Cadets and Army Cadets are set to return to the newly refurbished Stevenage Cadet Centre after two years.Two years ago, disaster struck when rodents caused major electrical faults at the Stevenage […]

Content - Annual Report 2020-2021

Read the East Anglia RFCA annual report Including an introduction by our Chairman and conclusions by our Chief Executive.  Open PDF in browser On behalf of the Ministry of Defence, our main […]

Chelmsford Army Reserve Centre is available to hire under Alternative Venues
News - Successful year for Alternative Venues generates income for the RFCA Estate

New clients and an invigorated business model have resulted in a successful year for Alternative Venues, which re-invests revenue from the hiring of our sites back into the Reserves and Cadet estate. A […]

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News - Defence Command Paper outlines plans to modernise the Reserve Forces and the Defence Estate

The Government published a Defence Command Paper, Defence in a Competitive Age, on 22 March 2021.The Defence Command Paper follows the publication of the Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Development and Foreign Policy: […]

Trevor Cox with fellow Adult Volunteers in the Army Cadets Annual Camp in the 70s
News - Army Cadet, 13, devotes 52 years to the Army Cadet Force

Trevor Cox joined the Bottisham Detachment of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire Army Cadet Force in 1969, as a 13 year-old boy. Now 52 years later, Deputy Commandant (Training) Lt Col Trevor Cox is retiring […]