Congratulations to the winners of the 18/19 Revision Cadet Challenge who were Hexham Detachment of the Northumberland Army Cadet Force. The Detachment took on many fundraising challenges, inspired by the Cadets themselves, which focussed on working across the County using different modes of ‘transport’ walking, cycling, rowing and climbing. Colonel Sue Haughie TD, Commandant Northumbria ACF, added to their winning submission, “I am so proud of Hexham Detachment’s support and achievements in regard of fundraising for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity; they are a vibrant detachment who have made a real mark on their local community through their novel fundraising for the charity”. Special mention should also go to our joint second place detachments Tiverton Detachment, Devon ACF (winners in the last three years) and Dunmurry Detachment, 2nd (NI) Battalion.


If you are up for the Challenge, try entering your Detachment in the 2019/20 Revision Cadet Challenge and see how much money you can raise. Each year, detachments enter the Revisioin Cadet Challenge to win this prestigious prize by raising funds for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity. Whether it is by organising a fun day, a rock climb, a coffee morning, a bag pack, a log run or a car wash…all your fundraising ideas, income and assistance to our regional offices will go towards your Detachment entry. It’s never too late to enter, winners are judged after the closing date, so fill in the form below and start your entry for the 2019/20 challenge!

The winners will normally be judged to be the Detachment that raises, or helps to raise, the most money for the charity, with extra points awarded for creativity or involvement of the wider community promoting the charity to new supporters. The trophy, once presented, stays in the winning detachment for one year and is engraved with the winner’s name.
Thank you for all your support and good luck!

*Remember to take photos of your fundraising activities throughout the year, min resolution of 300dpi, please.

Fill out the form below to register.