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Ormrod Detachment meeting their Hero Mark
Great to Meet you
Well done Manningfor getting your Green Module and leading Cadet
Well done Pickering for getting your Green Module
Well Done Junior Cadet Diss for his Green module
Well Done PO Rollings First aid award
Well Done PO Murphy First aid award
Well Done PO Cripps First aid award
Well Done Cpl Rutter First aid award
RMCD Shooting 25m indoor range
RMCD on the ranges
Aim straight guys!
Juniors Air rifle shooting
Well Done, Great shot!
SCC Weekend Junior Archery, Good shot guys
SCC Weekend shooting, great weather, well done guys
Juniors enjoying Archery Good Shot!
Juniors enjoying Archery Fun!!
Juniors enjoying Archery
Happy Birthday Junior Cadet J Diss
Well Done Burton for Junior First Class
Well Done Motyer for Junior First Class
Well Done Kuta for Junior First Class
Well Done Woodward for Junior first class
Almost ready to move off
RMCD ASgts on Parade
Juniors lining up for Parade
RMC Lined up for Queend Birthday
Well Done Mullender another award to add to your collection at the RNP
Marine Cadets practicing first aid for Advex
Well done J Diss for 1st class Junior Cadet
Well done K Mullender 1st class navigation
Well done K Mullender 1st class first aid
Well done E Gowland 1st class navigation
Well done H Clack 1st class navigation
Well done E Squire 1st class navigation
Well done R Griggs for 2 year conduct
Well done S Allman for 1st class navigation
Well done T Rowlan for 1st class navigation
Well done S Carter for 2 years good conduct
Happy Birthday guys
2015 Award for most improved Sea Cadet goes to Cdt Carter Well done
Special recognition to Jsc Pickering for Sailing Acheivements
Well Done CDT Mahoney for most promising new entry 2015 award
CI L Diss and S Diss with ASGT Turner and APO Conway
at TryFan, Capel Curig, Out with LASCAT doing mountain skills course.
2 year award for Cdt Cripps
Cdt Reeceford Special award
CDT Duke Conduct Stripe
JC of the Year runner up award JC Compton
OC Emily Squires special recognition for water sports
OC Emily Eagle 2 year stripe
Special Awards for Time served - PO Cripps
Special Awards for Time served - PO Murphy
Sea Cadet of the year - LC Toby Mitchell
Runner up Sea Cadet of the year - AC Gowland
Royal Marines Cadet of the year - Cdt Cpl Harry Clack
Junior Sea Cadet of the year - Cdt Fern Clack
Cadets choice award Staff - CI Lee Diss
Special recognition for Staff - APO Tony Duke
Special recognition for Sea Cadet - Cdt Thomson
Royal Marine Cadet worth of special recognition - MC Warren
Special Recognition - JC Wells
Most Improved Royal Marines Cadet - MC2 Flaherty
The Boating Trophy - LC Eagle
Best attendance for 2015,
Also the Presidents Throphy - OC Allman
The Best Dresses Cadet Award RMC - Cdt Cpl Clack
The Best Dresses Cadet Award -OC Katie Mullender.
Well done to ASGT Turner and CI Diss
for passing the map reading course
at Crowbrough Camp this weekend.
Well done to Eagle and Mitchell for getting their first class seamanship award
Good effort guys.
Congratulations to CI Duke on his promotion to APO
Congratulations to Recruit Clack, Burton, and Duke
To their promotion to Marine Cadet
Well Done guys
Congratulations to Toby Mitchell and Jack Eagle who have both acheived Bronze on the DOE scheme
Well done for the hard work and sacrifice you have made to acheive this.
Well Done to Cadet Griggs for her promotion and J. and E. Piper Wenlock on their promotion too.
Keep up the good work welcome onboard.
Well Done to Jake Glozier and Luke Diss on their promotion from new enrty to cadet.
Maldon Sea Cadets would like to thank
customers and staff of Tesco's for welcoming us into their store to aid customers with bag packing
The event raised £650.00 which will be a great help towards units costs and training courses
Great job guys.
Cadets met up @ 08:30 at Maldon Sea cadet Unit to get ready for the march up Maldon
High Street to the cenotaph.
It was a cold day a good turnout for the Sea Cadets and the Royal Marine cadets.
The unit marched up the high street and dressed off opposite the cenotaph
where we were joined by the Army and RAF cadets.
After the Remembrance Service the unit marched back down back to the unit 2 and a half miles in total.
Many thanks to all whom attended it was a great turn out for the unit.
Several Sea Cadets and Royal Marine cadets and staff went on to a second remembrance day service at Stow Maries
They were kindly received by the staff and fed and watered.
Once assembled they were matched around to the Memorial area where they were joined by other cadet forces.
The Rev Mary Cottee conducted a short service of remembrance on the Parade Ground, several wreaths were laid and
2 minutes silence was observed.
Once the service had finished the cadets were marched off and fallen out.
Again Many thanks to all whom attended it was a great turn out for the unit.
Two of our Cadets took up the opportunity to bolster their Waterborne qualifications with a course at Royal Victoria Docks Boat station this half term - Well done guys!
1st Feb 2014
Cadets, Staff and Committee turned out at Morrisons in Maldon for a day of Bag Packing.
Hopeful of raising funds for a new boat at the unit - a big Thankyou to Morrisons and the shoppers for making us feel so welcome and not forgetting the shoppers who were very complimentary of our cadets .
Well done to all involved
26th January 2014
After their success at the recent District Competition our Juniors (Nozzers) made the trip to Play On Sports London Arena to battle out the medal places with the best from London Northern, Southern and Western districts. Accompanied by other teams from London Eastern District they managed to finish 3rd in their category. This was some our our teams first time at an Area competition and despite not winning the overall trophy their OIC Juniors (A/PO Julie Eagle) accompanied by A/PO Dan Eagle and parent supporters 'enjoyed' some enthusiastic singing from the team all the way back to the Unit !!
Pic : London Eastern Team (our Juniors at the front with their Bronze Medals)
Maldon Sea Cadets entered this years District 5 a side football competition at the James Hornsby School in Basildon. Entering teams in 4 out of the 5 categories; Mixed Nozzers, Junior Boys, Junior Girls and Senior Boys - competing against 10 other units from across the District.
Our Nozzers retained the Overall Winners (Nozzers category) that they won last year with some convincing performances throughout the competition. Our next best placed team in their category was our Junior Girls who collected silver medals for their 2nd place.
Nozzers - 1st
Cadets - 3rd
Watch out for reports from next weeks Area Football competition as our Nozzers now step up to represent the District !
Well done all!
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12th May 2013
We entered several teams at the Athletics Competition - for many different events including; running, shot put, discus, long jump and high jump. Once again Maldon and District did well and recieved trophies in "A-Class Girls" "X-Class B" and "Nozzer Boys". A big well done to all the cadets who entered! =)
11th May 2013
A small team of cadets entered the Jutland Trophy competition, a sailing competition where the cadets had to sail against the progressively worsening weather – with winds high enough to require the course being shortened. After a couple of capsizes the, slightly wet, but happy cadets, managed to secure overall sixth place =)Well done and thanks to all who attended!
5th May 2013
Once again we supported the Maldon Mud race - even more so as this year our district staff took part to raise funds for the District!!Our unit also hosted a BBQ for everyone to come along to afterwards! Thanks to all for the fantastic attendance, we hope you all enjoyed the brilliant sunshine as much as you enjoyed our food!
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4th/5th May 2013
Once again Maldon Sea Cadets will be attempted to sail a dinghy a full 24hours, through the night.They used all their sailing skills to continue sailing the bosun without capsizing, even when exhausted. The other competition gave them a challenge on the water, keeping them motivated and alert so they could ensure that they kept clear of any obstacles and avoided collision. The night shift was a challenge with just a torch and their wits to keep them on track! All cadets, although tired, had great fun and some worthwhile experience.Thank you for your support!! =]
19th/21st April 2013
This years Advex competition was hosted by Walton on the Naze’s Cadets. This competition consisted of many leadership challenges, such as a rope management game, an obstacle course, an assault course, a missile run, along with a mini archery challenge, a first aid challenge, a rowing challenge. As well as all of these challenges, there was also the normal challenging hike, and having to successfully set up camp and rest between challenges. Our cadet team came 8th overall, and considering the vastness of this competition they achieved a lot! =)
10th March 2013
This year’s shooting competition was substituted with an Archery Competition. Cadets did really well – especially with the very little practice we were able to due to not having an archery range.
16th February 2013
Our staff were invited to Walton Cadet Dinner and Dance valentines event. Yet another great evening - so a big thanks to the Walton Staff for organising this for us!
9th - 10th of February 2013
The Mayor of Maldon came to our unit for the weekend to teach five cadets to first class level the qulification of First Aid. In addition to this he also taught four members of staff First Aid at work - several of which were renewals. As the nature of the qualification is age restricted, the cadets will recieve the qualification of First Aid at work when they are old enough. A big well done to all the cadets and staff who achieved this award, and a big thank-you to the Mayor of Maldon, and his team for giving up their time to give this vital training! =)
We entered the Area Five-a-side football competition, even though there was heavy snow. Our teams managed to demonstrate once again that we are a strong unit with all of our teams doing well - and even securing a place in thr District Competition for both the senior girls and the mixed nozzers teams! So well done guys!
Thursday 20th December
As it's the last Parade night before Christmas we're looking to change the normal Cadet Christmas Party and go out Roller Skating.We need All Cadets to confirm whether they would like to come!So please let us know ASAP so we can be sure to book you in.It is at Madison Heights, Park Drive, Maldon, CM14 5HF starting at 18:30
Saturday 1st DecemberCelebrating the success of this years Row for a Reason we were invited to their Christmas Party.
After much merriment we were further awarded with a giant novelty presentation cheque - now we just need to find somewhere to cash it, perhaps an oversized ATM ;)
Sunday 11th November
This Sunday Maldon Sea Cadets will be parading from the cadet unit into Maldon Town to pay their respect to fallen service men and women.
Lest We Forget
Cadets are to Muster at the Unit at 09:00 hrs
Ongoing untill Rememberance Sunday Maldon Sea Cadets will be supporting The Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal by helping sell poppies and other related items (such as wrist bands) both in stores and along the high street. If any Maldon Sea Cadets wish to do attend this event please confirm by email as we can't have cadets turning up without their T1's etc =)
Sunday 21st October
This Sunday the cadets will be training for the drill competition (the last competition of the year!) from 10:00 - 17:00.
Chief will be cooking a Sunday roast and stand easy will be avaliable! (nom!)This extra training will make all the difference and will be integeral in winning the competition, and aid us rank higher in the table (maybe even come first!)Big party will be awarded for the Maldon cadets if they get this!! Last big push guys!!
Saturday 13th - 14th October This weekend ASDA allowed us to pack bags for their customers in exchange for a small donation. A big thanks to all the cadets (and staff) who turned up to help out! =)
Sunday 18 November
We entered the District cadet competition at The James Hornsby High School, Basildon. All teams did exceedingly well (as usual) so a big congratulations to all those who were able to partake! We certainly showed what a lot of practice and dedication achieves!
As well as receiving awards for this competition - as it was the final competition - the cadets also received other awards for other achievements through-out the year. Further the awards for final placement for the entire year, our cadets were a few points off of coming first in the district this year (hopefully next year we will be able to achieve this) and our junior’s cadets came first over the whole district for the year! Big congratulations for any cadets who have helped our unit achieve this!
Yachting weekend with TS Rebel - bookings through Admin Officer
Saturday 6th OctoberThe District Cadet Swimming competition was held at South Woodham Ferrers Pool. All teams did fantastically, as always!! Nozzer girls joint first, C class girls second, X class boys third, overall nozzers fourth, overall girls third, and overall Maldon Cadets came fourth!
Tough competition, with Maldon Cadets remaining unphased!
Friday 28th SeptemberCadet Boys Yachting weekend - bookings through the Admin Officer
Interested in learning to dance?Want to get fit and have fun?Every Tuesday from 7.30pm we have a dance instructor running introductory lessons to Ballroom, Latin and Rock'n Roll - over 90 minutes.A fun evening open to Adults£7.50 per person per nightPlease share the event and get in touch if you want to come along : firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday 23rd September
We attended the Purleigh Classic Car Show this Sunday where we ran a shooting range for people to come and experience! Along-side this we also covered the first aid.
Unfortunately, due to the bad weather, few people turned up and most cars left by lunch time..On the bright side, the cadets who helped out got to have a little shooting practice whilst they waited!
Saturday 22nd September
What can be said about this weekend - just wow! We are so proud of you all for what you achieved!! A huge congratulations is owed as Maldon Cadets breezed through the day resulting in a clean sweep - coming first not just in one, or two, but all three categories! So well done to the Nozzers team, the Junior team and the Senior team!! And thank you all for ensuring that we not only got the three trophies for each individual category, but also for helping us win the overall winners trophy!!I think we might need a new (bigger) trophy cabinet the way we are excelling!Thanks to all who made this possible, both with the training of the cadets before hand and with ensuring the day went smoothly
14th September - 16th SeptemberThis weekend we headed off to Crowborough for various types of training. A wonderful opportunity taken up by all the cadets that went. All returning home full of knowledge and yet more qualifications!!
Thanks to all who attended the AGM and our presentation of trophies & certificates of achievement. We had a huge turn out! We are sure you are all as proud of our cadets as you are. Well done to all those who got awards - hopefully such great progress will continue!
1st - 2nd September
Row4AReason is a rowing event which takes place at Heybridge Basin, Maldon. This is an annual charity event and raises money for local charities. This event is open to all regardless of your level of rowing experience. For more details see : http://www.row4areason.org/Our cadets had fun - even when some of our oars snapped!! Whoops!!
12 - 19th August
All I can think to say is, wow! Such a packed week, allowing the cadets to achieve a vast amount of qualifications!! Well done to all those who attended! Further I would like to thank all the staff, including those from other units who chipped in and made this all possible!! On top of teaching and assessing the cadets (and staff) various qualifications, somehow there was time to go bowling and to go to Adventure Island in Southend! Definitely a week orienteered around merriment, movement and all things maritime.
Thank you to all who attended the celebratory BBQ! We hope you all had fun and enjoyed the food as well as the atmosphere!! Thank you to all those who took part in the various activities, be it the making of the horrid concoction to pour over our chairlady, commanding officer and our senior sailing instructor.
2nd - 6th July
Thank you all for all your support throughout this week. Flag week is essential in our fundraising for the year. So again thank you for all your help, be it through escorting cadets around the local area or the actual collection of money.
The next Rowing level was the Area competition – an elite competition with challenging oppositions. However our cadets remained un-phased and the Junior Boys team scored enough to claim 2nd place overall, and the Junior Girls cruised happily to 3rd overall.
A massive turn out from our cadets to the District rowing completion – which (after a few hours of practice) meant that we was able to achieve many medal positions and for some advance to the next level for the Area Rowing Regatta!! The cadets managed to achieve so many awards that we almost struggled to find room to bring them back with us. So well done Cadets!!!
A big thank-you to all those who attended the Athletics Competition! Great result with an overall 3rd!!
Congratulations to all the cadets who got through to the Area Sailing competition – they managed to get a total of four medal positions!! Such a great result!!
A small team of selected cadets woke up early to attempt an enduring test of their stamina – the 24 hour sail… The cadets had to race round a selected route as many times as they could in the 24 hours. This entailed sailing for long hours in the cold wet weather, making as few changes as possible to ensure a keeping within pole position. The cadets had to be completely self-sufficient (so no popping to the chippy!!) and had to be ready to sail at any time rotating the few cadets allowed in each team and be prepared for any weather in the forever changing conditions – whilst making the most of being off water (getting some shut eye and feeding their tummies!! ) Well done to all the cadets who attended this hugely challenging competition!
Many Sea Cadet units came to our unit to partake in an advex competition. They had to navigate their way through various check points, getting their next destination at the next check point, and so requiring quick thinking to stay ahead. After a nights camp they then had to navigate their way back to the unit to try to attempt various evolutions, such as first aid challenges, obstacle courses and archery. Well done to all those who attended this physically and mentally challenging competition!!
19th AprilWe had our annual inspection, the first one in our new unit. Along with the inspection our cadets also included a humorous demonstration of various things that they have learnt and enjoy in cadets - evolutions. These evolutions were demonstrated following the style of “X-factor” adding yet more comedy to the cadet’s superb imagination.
AC Thomas Conway and OC Jack Eagle were awarded with the Jack Petchey award at the Kensington Great Hall for their achievements as part of Maldon Sea Cadets. Well done lads!! =)
As a unit we achieved this prestigious award for being the most improved unit of the year. We could not have achieved this without the continued help and support that we receive. A big thank you to all of you who made this possible!
The cadets had a football competition on the 22nd January and we managed to enter many different teams to this! Wonderful turn out! Well done guys and girls! =)
Maldon Sea Cadets were helping customers at the local Maldon store on Sunday 18th December..
We would like to thank Morrisons and their customers for supporting our fundraising on the day - we raised an amazing £880 for the Unit
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Saturday 12th November
Cadets Bradley Wright, Jack Eagle & Toby Mitchell covered the stall with CI Dan Eagle at Maldon Tesco's collecting funds for the Royal British Legion.
Maldon Sea Cadets paraded at the recent Maldon Reembrance Parade and attended the church service marking their respect to those lost in War.
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Maldon Sea Cadets had a job to do!! As part of a community group CI Dan Eagle organised Maldon Sea Cadets involvement in planting 10,500 Gold Crocuses in the Longfields Area of Maldon, Essex as part of the local councils initiative to maintain a legacy for the London 2012 Olympics for the area.An excellent turnout by Cadets, Staff and volunteers meant that the job was so much quicker and the cadets showed real enthusiasm for the task in hand. See photo's on our Events Gallery
Maldon Sea Cadets raised in excess of £1500 thanks to generous donations
He recently ran the Great South Run as a sponsored event for the Unit and Raised over £300 !!
You can read about it on his Fundraising Page : www.charitygiving.co.uk/tobymitchell or in this article from the local press http://www.braintreeandwithamtimes.co.uk/news/9325313.Witham__Sea_cadet_s_dash_for_new_HQ/
Cadet Jack Eagle on his Jack Petchey Award
Jnr Cadets Butcher & Hawtin for their achievements at the District Swimming Competition
A fun filled evening where cadets played party games ...there's some great video clips are on our YouTube pages...
Thanks to those involved in running the event!
Maldon Unit have won the Area Title for Sailing 2011
Well done Cadets!!!!
Maldon Sea cadets recognised by the local Mayor
Maldon Meerkats sailing squad sailed again in the Jutland Trophy
Sailing at the Welsh Harp.. wind conditions started slow but heightened
thoughout the day
more pics on our facebook page and image gallery!
Maldon Sea Cadets entered the London Area 24Hour Sailing
Competition on 30th April.
We entered two Bosun Dinghies and succesfully navigated the course
throughout the night at Welsh Harp (Brent Resevoir). The night
Maldon & District Sea Cadet Unit held their boating week last week (w/c 24/7) which offered the cadets formal training for Royal Yachting Association (RYA) Sailing and Power boating Qualifications. Twenty Six Cadets and Juniors took part in the weeks training held off Blackwater Marina in Maylandsea ably assisted by the volunteer Staff and Committee members.
With winds gusting up to a healthy force 5 the cadets were certainly put through their paces with many boats capsi
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