Cadets chosen for their remarkable dedication
The Shropshire Lieutenancy is dedicated to recognising and rewarding ambition and achievements, qualities which are of particular importance in younger generations.
The Lord-Lieutenant’s cadet nominations reward remarkable dedication in young people who have shown outstanding commitment and achievements in their cadet training.
A representative is chosen from the Sea Cadets, the Army Cadet Force, the Air Training Corps and the Combined Cadet Force to accompany the Lord-Lieutenant on civic and military visits.
Cadets Appointed for the year 2019-2020
Cadet Corporal Edward Taylerson: Shropshire Army Cadet Force
Joined the ACF in 2016 where his motivation and enthusiasm was recognised at an early stage in his cadet career. He has completed his Senior Cadet Instructors Cadre and now has his sights firmly fixed upon completing his Master Cadet course. He hopes to attend the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst gaining his commission and joining the Rifles Regiment.
Cadet Warrant Officer Josh Davies: 83 (St. Georges) West Mercian Wing
Joined in 2013 and is a respected cadet due to his high level of motivation and enthusiasm. He has always been keen to support the squadron whilst presenting a professional image to the wider community. He has obtained an Air Cadet pilot Scholarship and is keen to pursue a career as a pilot.
Cadet Sergeant Daniel Muir: Haberdashers Adams Combined Cadet Force
Has completed the 6-week Canadian exchange in the Rocky Mountains to help further develop his leadership skills and help to prepare him for his chosen career as an Engineering Officer.
Able Cadet Lyle Akins: Telford Sea Cadets
Has also been the Mayor’s Cadet for Telford and Wrekin. He is an all-rounder representing the Sea Cadets in swimming and football whilst working towards becoming a Warfare Officer in the Royal Navy.