Each year around four young people from Guernsey's uniformed youth organisations are selected to serve as Lieutenant-Governor's Cadets. They play a special role in supporting The Queen's Representative at official and public functions throughout the year.
The Cadets are chosen each summer and are appointed in September, to serve for one year. Young people aged between 15 and 18 years old on 1st September are invited to apply.
For further information please contact:
Youth Commission for Guernsey and Alderney
Les Ozouets Campus, Les Ozouets
St Peter Port, Guernsey
Telephone number: 01481 756099
This years cadets are:
Ross Senior is in his final year at Elizabeth College, and is a Senior Prefect and Head of School Council. He holds the rank of Staff Sergeant in the Elizabeth College CCF Army Section. Ross plays a major role in the day-to-day running of the Army Section and is an accomplished target rifle shot, regularly competing at Bisley and finishing in the Cadet 100. He is also working with St John Ambulance for the Emergency side of the Service as an Emergency Care Assistant. Ross's ambition is to qualify as a doctor, specialising in emergency medicine.
Leah Moore is a student at St Sampson's High School. She has been involved for several years in the 8th Capelles Guides, where she received the Baden Powell Award; the highest open to a Guide. Leah is now a Ranger and fully qualified Young Leader with the 8th Capelles Guides. She attends monthly Church Parades and, as part of her duties, helps with the flag parade. She achieved her Senior Section Camp Permit, which involved planning, organising and budgeting for a weekend of activities for a group of girls.
Hannah Belton is studying in her final year at the Ladies' College, where she is a school prefect. She was originally a member of St Martin's Brownies before progressing onto the Guides, earning the Baden Powell Award: the highest that can be achieved by a Guide. Hannah is now a Young Leader with the St Martin's Brownies and Guides, having successfully completed her Young Leadership qualification. She was selected to represent Girlguiding Guernsey at The Queen's Garden Party in 2015.
Peter Morley is a student at the Grammar School Sixth Form Centre. He has been a member of the Sea Cadet Corps since 2012. Peter is the Senior Cadet and Section Commander within the Royal Marine Cadet Detachment of TS Sarnia. Peter led the Detachment during the 2016 Annual Field Assessment, in Jersey. Under his leadership Guernsey's Royal Marine Cadets put in a strong performance, achieving their highest score in recent years. Peter also helps out as a Young Leader with the 3rd Guernsey Scout Group and is a volunteer for La Vallette regeneration project and the Torteval Scarecrow Festival.
A list of past Lieutenant-Governor's Cadets is here.