UNDER the watchful eye of their three instructors, a group of 26 army cadets took to the streets of Chudleigh Knighton for a litter pick.
Cadets from Bovey Tracey Army Cadet Force Detachment were out in force in the village on Friday, June 16, in a bid to rid the area of litter.
Bovey Tracey Army Cadet Force Detachment, which are based at the cadet building along St John's Lane, is a part of D Company Devon Army Cadet Force.
It is open in term time between 7pm and 9pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
In total, there are 32 cadets from the Bovey Tracey area, and the detachment have some space for additional young people aged 12-18yrs starting in September.
A spokesman for Hennock Parish Council said: 'Thank you so much to the 26 Bovey Tracey Army Cadets aged from 12-18 years, and their three adult instructors also from the local area who took part in a litter pick around Chudleigh Knighton yesterday [Friday, June 16] evening.'