Today the cadets visited Accra Fire Station and then headed back to the UK.
Today the cadets travelled to witnessed Eid celebrations and tasted FuFu.
Today the cadets visited Kakum National Park
Today the cadets visited Elmina Castle and Cape Coast Castle.
Today the cadets visted two other schools that had been built by Cheshire Fire Cadets on previous visits to Ghana.
Today the cadets visted a monkey sanctuary and WLI falls.
Today the cadets had a rest and relaxation day after the bus they have been using needed minor repairs.
Today the cadets took part in Durbar Day.
Today the cadets visited local communites and finished the restoration of the school.
Today the cadets built furniture for the school and carried on refurbishing and painting inside the kindergarten and the previous school.
Today the cadets started to paint the school, built tables and chairs, and played lots of games with the Ghanaian children in the village
Another day in Ghana for the group of cadets - this time they visit a local fire station and then they make their way to the village of Abordahi where there's lots of dancing, football and games!
Cadets from Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service have safely arrived in Ghana and they have now arrived in a small village called Ho.
Cheshire cadets will be visiting Ghana on 27th July 2013 for two weeks, as part of the Ghana School Project.
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