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@soundwords hello Marian. Cadets can join at 14 and leave at 18 1/2 21/11/2014 18:48:13

Cadets are gathering and VIPs arriving. Looking forward to a great evening celebrating our young volunteers. #VCC2014 pic.twitter.com/tnpaiNSuo7 21/11/2014 18:40:14

RT @Hastings_Cadets: The cadets are ready for annual parade :D #VCC2014 pic.twitter.com/FMAUUGG7a8 21/11/2014 18:27:46

@KatyBourne @BrightonHoveVCC @Hastings_Cadets @TakeoverDay don't forget the #VCC2014 hashtag for tonight :-) 21/11/2014 17:11:27

RT @KatyBourne: Really looking forward to @sussex_police Volunteer Cadet's annual parade tonight at 7.30pm @BrightonHoveVCC @Hastings_Cade@TakeoverDay@Hastings_Cadets 21/11/2014 17:10:58

Tonight we celebrate our brilliant Volunteer Cadet Corps at their annual parade. To keep up to date with the night follow #VCC2014 21/11/2014 16:38:10

@ashel123 All recruits are trained in house & specialist officers who work with specific communities are also given regular training 21/11/2014 16:25:45

RT @SgtRoyHodder: Looking forward to Cadet Annual Parade #VCC2014 pic.twitter.com/yFMJuovm3n 21/11/2014 15:53:21

Have you had your bike stolen in Brighton but not reported the theft?: Have you had your bike st... http://t.co/xVopzzUUyd #sussexpolice 21/11/2014 15:48:04

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