Army Cadets


The Army Cadet Force (ACF) and the Combined Cadet Force (CCF) play an important part within the Regimental family. The Regiment has a large number of affiliated ACF detachments and CCF contingents spread right across the Regimental area from Kent to the Channel Islands. Their training develops the character, determination and motivation of young people, making them better citizens within the community. There are many ex-cadets now serving within the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment as either Regular or Reserve officers, non-commissioned officers and soldiers. In addition, many are still wearing the Regimental badge as Cadet Force Adult Volunteers, training and developing the cadets.

Surrey ACF is unique as a county as all of its cadets wear one badge - that of the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment.

Links to Army Cadet Force County websites:

-Kent ACF
-Sussex ACF
-Surrey ACF
-Hampshire ACF
-Greater London South East ACF
-Middlesex and North West London ACF
-There's More to Life in the Army Cadets
-Promoting the Cadet Experience