On Saturday 12th November, as part of a joint entry with the Worshipful Company of Marketors, over 80 cadets and staff took part in this year’s Lord Mayor's Show. The entry was comprised of St. Dunstan's College Corps of Drums led by Drum Major Conor Ashley, followed by a marching contingent from both the Royal Navy Section led by Coxswain Amarr Wright and the Army Section led by RSM Alex Saleh. Special mention should also be given to WO2 Louis Phelps who led the parade carrying the CCF's new standard. The day was a fantastic success and congratulations go to all who took part. The cadets had to march for over two hours and they maintained a very high standard throughout the day. They were a credit to the College on such a prestigious and public occasion.
On Sunday 13th November over 100 cadets from St. Dunstan's College attended the Lewisham Remembrance Day Parade. We were once again the largest unit on parade and the cadets conducted themselves with the utmost professionalism and respect befitting the occasion. A special mention should go a few cadets; the first being WO2 Ollie Spare who was chosen to carry the CCF standard and both Cdt Tom Owen and Cdt Maya Collins who were chosen to lay the poppy wreaths on behalf of the CCF and the Foundation.