Volunteer Brandon’s Royal appointment

Brandon Corstin, 14, from Thrapston, who used his first aid skills to help others met HRH The Princess Royal, who is a patron of St John Ambulance, at the charity's annual Young Achievers' Reception at Buckingham Palace on March 19. Brandon has completed his Grand Prior Award ' which is the highest award a St John Ambulance Cadet can achieve and represents at least three years of sustained effort studying 24 different subjects including first aid, communication and working in the community
Brandon Corstin, 14, from Thrapston, who used his first aid skills to help others met HRH The Princess Royal, who is a patron of St John Ambulance, at the charity's annual Young Achievers' Reception at Buckingham Palace on March 19. Brandon has completed his Grand Prior Award ' which is the highest award a St John Ambulance Cadet can achieve and represents at least three years of sustained effort studying 24 different subjects including first aid, communication and working in the community
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Thrapston’s 14-year-old Brandon Corstin met Princess Anne, a patron of St John Ambulance, at the charity’s Young Achievers’ Reception at Buckingham Palace last week.

The Prince William School student, an SJA cadet since the age of six, attended the ceremony after completing his Grand Prior Award, the highest award for a cadet.

Brandon said the visit to Buckingham Palace had been a once-in-a-lifetime experience.