Police cadets take part in St Albans Cathedral justice service

PUBLISHED: 09:00 11 November 2017

The Hertfordshire Police Cadets with Mary Berry.

The Hertfordshire Police Cadets with Mary Berry.

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Volunteer police cadets from across Hertfordshire attended a High Sheriff’s Justice Service at St Albans Cathedral.

The Hertfordshire Police Cadets with Mary Berry. The Hertfordshire Police Cadets with Mary Berry.

The annual service celebrates law and order and High Sheriff Will Hobhouse invited police cadets to join in the procession on Sunday, November 5.

The Head Cadet for St Albans and Harpenden, Jamie Head, was sword bearer to the High Sheriff at the ceremony.

He said: “I am very honored to have been asked to be the High Sheriff’s sword bearer, it was the experience of a lifetime and amazing to have played such an important role in this prestigious ceremony. It was incredible to see all the high court Judges and High Sheriffs from neighbouring counties.”

The cadets also met celebrity chef Mary Berry, who was one of the High Sheriff’s guests. Chief Constable Charlie Hall thanked the cadets for their “magnificent turnout” at the event.

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