News & Events

News & Events / MPCT Remembrance 2021

MPCT Remembrance 2021

It is an honour to present to you our fifth Remembrance Book which we have dedicated to our five former MPCT learners, who sadly lost their lives serving our great country. Through our acts of remembrance, we will keep their memory alive. For as long as MPCT exists, we will remember them.

  • Private Craig Barber – 2nd Battalion The Royal Welsh
  • Sapper Connor Ray – 33 Engineer Regiment
  • Lance Cpl. Dane Elson – 1st Battalion Welsh Guards
  • Private Kyle Adams – Parachute Regiment
  • Private James Prosser – 2nd Battalion The Royal Welsh

As you would expect, this time of year is extremely important, not just for myself personally, but to our entire organisation. Remembrance Day provides that one moment in the year, where we can all take a collective pause and reflect upon the memories of all those men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice. Having missed out on a traditional programme of events last year due to the pandemic, this year has been especially poignant. Consequently, I am extremely proud to have observed our learners demonstrating the depth of their respect at events across the country, and it is a privilege to be able to share their experiences with you in this year’s booklet.

To view our Remembrance Book, please click here.

We Will Remember Them.

Huw Lewis MBE
Chief Executive Officer

Back to news articles

MPC Sunderland Community Efforts

This month MPCT Sunderland teamed up with Sunderland AFC to help with the Covid passport checks for entry to the

Read More

MLT Charity walk

This term saw MPCT Sports Academy walk from Channel View leisure centre, Cardiff to Pontypridd via the Taff Trail which

Read More

Tree Planting at Mill Hill Park

On Thursday 2nd December learners from MPC Edgware took part in a tree planting scheme at Mill Hill Park. The

Read More