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Col Marshall was warmly welcomed by Maj Steve Perkins, Commanding Officer Rear Operations Group (ROG) who gave a thorough and interesting presentation on the ROG and how it runs, as well as current statistics, priorities and events.
There was also an opportunity for officers and warrant officers to meet Col Marshall prior to his walk around.
CESSAC COFFEE SHOP TO OPEN IN ARNDTSTRASSE
Following the successful launch of the CESSAC Coffee Shop (Monty’s) in Catterick Barracks Bielefeld, CESSAC are to open a further outlet in the recently refurbished community centre in Arndtstrasse, Paderborn.
Margaret and David Ball will manage both outlets, but the face of Bluebells will be Daniela Grant.
Bluebells will open for business soon.
CESSAC concentrate on producing high quality coffee (of all types), delicious hot chocolate, home-made cakes and a variety of healthy savoury items.
In addition to the main café area at Arndtstrasse there will also be a Bluebell Lounge offering a place of quiet to relax on soft seating and settees.
The refurbishment has been supported and financed by Paderborn Station.
CESSAC look forward to welcoming you to Bluebells.
At the end of the summer term William Wordsworth School in Sennelager was asked by a group from Military Working Dogs (MWD) if they would support the unit’s fund-raising campaign in aid of Hounds for Heroes.
After looking up the charity on the Internet the school decided it was a great cause and would join in.
Hounds for Heroes provide specially trained assistance dogs to injured and disabled men and women of the UK Armed Forces and emergency services.
On Friday, September 26, the school organised a class collection of ‘shrapnel’ (loose change) and all the pupils were asked to bring a small amount of coins (1, 2, 5, 10, 20 or 50 cents).