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Bromley’s police cadets lend a hand at Notting Hill carnival and Cudham Village fete

PUBLISHED: 06:00 01 September 2013

Cadets Mollie, Lexi and Ollie with deputy mayor of Bromley, Cllr Judi Ellis, and youngsters Alexander Corrigan and William Ely.

Cadets Mollie, Lexi and Ollie with deputy mayor of Bromley, Cllr Judi Ellis, and youngsters Alexander Corrigan and William Ely.

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Young Police Cadets were out in force last weekend as they helped keep crowds under control at Notting Hill carnival.

The cadets, aged between 14 and 19, were scattered across London as they were drafted to steward the carnival route, before helping out at the Cudham Village fete, in Bromley, on Monday.

Bromley resident, Jane Corrigan, said: “The cadets attendance at the Cudham fete was really noticed and received nothing but positive feedback from those who attended.

“It was an extremely busy day and the cadets took a large degree of the responsibility for traffic management and parking. They did a marvellous job, remaining cheerful throughout.

“Residents were very impressed and complimentary of the cadets and the fact that it showed off young people in such a positive light.”


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