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Fireside Chat with Grants Officer, Lara Henwood

Annual Camp 2021 has become a distant memory, and some of you no doubt have already begun thinking about the training year ahead

31 August 2021

– Training Weekends, Winter Camp, Easter Camp and maybe even Annual Camp 2022!

I wanted to take this time to tell you more about the Grant Programmes available throughout the year for cadet activities.

Are you planning a local AT Weekend, or a visit to a place of interest for an engaging Military Knowledge trip? Do you want to make it accessible for all? Are you planning another activity and the associated costs are getting beyond what is reasonable for your cadets to afford?

If your answer is yes to any of the above send me an application today!

ACCT UK doesn’t just support large overseas training or battlefield tours – we aim to support young people training as much as possible from Detachment to Brigade level. We want our young people to experience a wide-range of activities throughout their time in the Army Cadet Force.

ACF Counties are not limited in the number of grant applications they submit nor are there specific grant application deadlines throughout the year*, each grant application is considered on merit and  the impact the grant will have.

If you want to know more about ACCT UK Grants or wish to know how to submit an application please do contact me on If you want to discuss any enquiries over the phone please do not hesitate to call me during the week on 0207 426 8371.

we will always recommend submitting an application a minimum of 6 weeks prior to the start of the activity.”

Lara Henwood
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