Video: Wiltshire Fire and Rescue

The visit of Wiltshire Fire and Rescue to Marlborough College on Wednesday afternoon provided a number of U6 pupils with a challenge of an altogether different kind. The prime task involved the safe extrication of dummy passengers from two vehicles, which were dismantled as part of the exercise involving a range of operative tools. Sean […]

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Half-Term CCF Trip to San Diego

San Diego. Scholars maintain the translation was lost centuries ago. To us though, San Diego means a great deal.  The trip comprised of eight U6 cadets as well as Captain Randle (Contingent Commander), Captain ‘The Doctor’ Doyle and the RSM (Mr Bate). The motel accommodation was basic but comfortable and provided an excellent base for […]

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CCF Exercise Celtic Warrior II

Thirteen Lower Sixth Cadets took part in Exercise Celtic Warrior II on the Sennybridge Training Area in the Brecon Beacons from 16th to 18th June. The exercise marked the culmination of their Advanced Infantry Skills training programme and demanded that they put into practice the skills that they have learnt during the Lower Sixth year. […]

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Cadet Visit to see the Queen’s Guard Mount

We arrived at the Wellington barracks home to the Household Division and the ceremonial companies of the Grenadiers, Scots, Coldstream Guards where we were introduced to a few Officers, some of whom were OMs. We then walked over to Buckingham Palace through the crowds and gates to take up our front row seats to watch […]

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CCF Exercise to Sennybridge

The L6 CCF exercise to Sennybridge, Wales enables the cadets to develop their leadership and teamwork ability across an arduous and testing terrain.  It is the culmination of their Advanced Infantry Skills training.  This year we invited a number of cadets from Cheltenham College CCF to take part, which allowed the cadets to share resources […]

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Honourable Artillery Company Visit

Marlborough College CCF spent an exciting day with the Honourable Artillery Company (HAC) at their Open Day on 8th May 2012 with 15 Remove cadets. It is the oldest Regiment in the British Army and is situated in the City of London on an impressive six acre site. The Regiment performs a number of different […]

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