What We Do

Royal Marines Cadets take part in all of the usual Sea Cadet courses and activities as well as learning specific training like fieldcraft, map reading and weapon handling. It’s arduous but exciting and these exhilarating activities take place across the UK including at the Royal Marines Commando Training Centre at Lympstone in Devon.

Every year there is a national competition, The Gibraltar Cup at Lympstone where RMC detachments across the UK pit their wits and skill against one another to compete to be the best.

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Evesham Royal Marines Detachment is a recently formed part of Evesham Sea Cadets, initiated by the Commanding Officer Chief Petty Officer Keith Field and Detachment Commander Sergeant Sean Kent, granted status in their own right on 12th January 2012 by the then Captain of the Sea Cadets, Captain Mark Windsor BSc MA RN. Today in 2014 the detachment flourishes under the command of Sergeant Timothy Newman with some 14 enrolled cadets and four staff.

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