Army cadets say ‘thank you’ to the NHS on the frontline

Cadet Connor Button and Corporal Megan Buttress of the Slepe Detachment Army Cadets in St Ives.

Cadet Connor Button and Corporal Megan Buttress of the Slepe Detachment Army Cadets in St Ives. - Credit: Archant

Army cadets from the Slepe Detachment, in St Ives, have paid their respects to frontline workers in the NHS.

Sgt Chris Parker said: “Our cadets have been showing their respect to the NHS this week at home in uniform. Cadets gave a salute as a mark of gratitude for all the efforts the NHS is doing. We would like to say a massive ‘thank you’ from the detachment for your hard work and dedication in these difficult time.”

Do you want to say ‘thank you’ to NHS, carers or frontline staff? Send your photos to: debbie.davies@archant.co.uk.


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