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Lord-Lieutenant’s Cadets

Scout – Samuel Tough, Company Sergeant Major Charles Bright, Petty Officer Cadet Lucas Broomfield, Petty Officer Cadet Kai-William Taylor-Pullen (not in photo), Cadet Warrant Officer Freya Wild, Cadet Colour Sergeant Eleanor Lowery, Girl Guide - Kathryn Lawton.

Each year in October, a number of young people are appointed to serve as Lord-Lieutenant’s Cadets.

They are drawn from the Sea Cadets, Army Cadets, the Air Training Corps, the Combined Cadet Force and from the civil uniformed youth organisations – Scouts, Girl Guiding and the St John Ambulance – across Surrey.

When on duty, Lord-Lieutenant’s Cadets wear a distinctive sash with the badge of their appointment, to denote their role. They assist the Lord-Lieutenant as required – often on parade for Royal visits – and act as ambassadors for their organisations and the young people of Surrey.

This year’s cadets are:

Scout – Samuel Tough
Company Sergeant Major Charles Bright
Petty Officer Cadet Lucas Broomfield
Petty Officer Cadet Kai-William Taylor-Pullen
Cadet Warrant Officer Freya Wild
Cadet Colour Sergeant Eleanor Lowery
Girl Guide – Kathryn (Katie) Lawton