Bridlington Mayor's Cadet
The Bridlington Town Council are very pleased to announce the Mayors Cadet 2020-2021 Corporal (Cpl) Isobel Waldie from Bridlington School Combined Cadet Force
who has continued in her position due to Covid-19.
About the Bridlington Mayor's Cadet
2020-21 - Bridlington School Combvined Cadet Force (contiuned)
2021-22 - Bridlington Sea Cadets
2022-23 - Humberside & South Yorkshire Army Cadet Force Bridlington Detachment
2023-24 - 252 Squadron Bridlington Royal Air Training Corps
2024-25 - Bridlington School Combined Cadet Force
A senior cadet from the individual groups will be chosen by their Detachment or Squadron to have the honour of becoming the Mayor's Cadet for the year. They will be presented at the annual mayor-making meeting with a coloured sash relevant to their force and a Mayor's Cadet medal for the year. These will be returned to be presented to the new Mayor's Cadet for the following year at the annual mayor-making meeting. The Mayor's Cadet Force act as Guards of Honour and take lead in Remembrance passing the wreath to the Mayor. Their duty as Mayor's Cadet means they will be required to attend relevant civic events (such as flag-raising).