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Police cadets in Chesterfield support their hardworking team mate in a guard of honour at her end of year prom

Posted on 2nd July 2018

A group of seven Police Cadets from the Chesterfield unit turned out to form a guard of honour for their hardworking team mate at her end of school prom last week.

They went along to support 16 year old Nicole Lander, and to help make her entrance a grand one, at the start of the celebration at Ringwood Hall on Thursday, June 21.

Nicole, who was a student at Tupton Hall School, arrived at the event in a yellow Ferrari, which was organised by her cadet unit leader, PC Kim Holden, to thank her for her commitment to the Chesterfield unit.

PC Holden said: “Nicole is a very hardworking, reliable and valued cadet at our unit in Chesterfield, which is shown by the fact seven members of our unit took the time to watch Nicole arrive and provide a guard of honour. She is also kind and considerate, and is always one of the first members of the unit to volunteer for events we take part in.

“Although Nicole is a fantastic artist, she would like to pursue a career as either a police officer or a civil engineer. I think her absolute dream would have been to arrive in a police car, which we couldn’t do, but thanks to her supportive fellow cadets, and a kind offer from Proctors Cars at Wessington, I hope we were able to make the start to her evening even more special.

She added: “Nicole, who missed the after prom party at her friends because of her last exam the following day, also took the time to thank Proctors Cars by drawing them a fantastic picture which we will be presenting to them soon.”

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