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West Suffolk College joins forces with Suffolk Constabulary cadets to raise money for charity

Suffolk Constabulary cadets from across the region have been working alongside college students to raise money for charity.

13-18-year-old cadets joined up with public services students from West Suffolk College to raise money for My WiSH by running, walking or cycling 30km between May 22 and June 12.

The lockdown activities will be undertaken by cadets from Stowmarket, Sudbury, Bury St Edmunds, Mildenhall and Haverhill and will help raise money for the charity, which supports patient care at West Suffolk Hospital and Newmarket Community Hospital.

Cadets have teamed up with West Suffolk College (35101928)
Cadets have teamed up with West Suffolk College (35101928)

Cadets assist police with initiatives in the local community along with events and are taught basic knowledge of policing.

Andy Martin, temporary chief inspector, said: "This is a fantastic opportunity for the police and emergency service cadets to join young people from our local community to raise money for our local NHS trust in this challenging time."

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