The students were happy to share their stories of learning with residents, particularly in the run up to Remembrance Day.
The CCF is a youth organisation supported by the Ministry of Defence. And Kelvinside Academy runs its own Cadet Force with the Royal Navy, Army and RAF sections.
It teaches students a sense of public service.
Milngavie Manor’s Wellbeing and Lifestyle Coach Morag Scott said: “We are grateful to the pupils and teacher for giving up their time to come to visit after a busy lead up and weekend of Remembrance services.”
The students were able to spend time with residents over tea and cake.
Morag added: “It was lovely to hear how enthusiastic the students are about their commitment to public service, but it was also a chance for them to listen to many residents at Milngavie, some of whom have spent a lifetime serving the public.
“We do hope they will visit us again soon.”