Royal Naval Parade and Prize Giving 2014
Thursday 9th October 2014 saw our unit Royal Naval Parade and Prize Giving for 2014. The Royal Naval Parade happens every two years and the Area Officer; Captain Peter Adams comes to the unit to inspect the cadets and the unit. The night went very well and all cadets left the unit feeling very proud and rightly so!
The evening also saw our Prize Giving for 2014! The awards went as follows:
Best Junior Attendance - Awarded to the Junior Cadet who has attended the most Unit nights throughout the year.
This was awarded to Junior Cadet S McClelland
Best Senior Attendance - Awarded to the Senior Cadet who has attended the most Unit nights throughout the year.
This was awarded to Ordinary Cadet A Moffett
Achievement Cup - Awarded to the cadet that staff considers to have developed, not only throughout their training, but also within themselves.
This was awarded to Cadet First Class L Mitchell
Endeavour Cup - Awarded to the cadet that the staff considers to have made best use of the 'Sea Cadet Experience' by pushing themselves within the Unit, District, Area and Nationally to attend Course, Competitions and Events.
This was awarded to Ordinary Cadet A Cameron
'In Arduis Fidelis' Trophy - Awarded to the cadet who has made an outstanding contribution to Lisburn Sea Cadets by showing commitment a determination to succeed and a willingness to help both themselves and others around them and maintain a level of excellence within the Unit and the Sea Cadet Corps in the face of adversity or personal circumstance.
This award has been generously donated by the Belfast Branch of the National Malaya and Borneo Veterans Association in memory of Shipmate, Andy Weir.
This was awarded to Ordinary Cadet S Burton
Cadet of the Year - Awarded to the cadet who has been outstanding throughout the year, providing support, guidance and understanding to his/her peers. This cadet has also been of great assistance to the staff of the unit.
This was awarded to Able Cadet B Murdoch