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ERIC TWINAME TRUST FUNDS SAILING DINGHIES

ERIC TWINAME TRUST FUNDS SAILING DINGHIES

27/03/2015

Sea Cadets across London are thrilled to receive four new RS Tera sailing dinghies, delivered to their Welsh Harp boating station in North London on Monday 23 March, thanks to a hefty contribution from Eric Twiname Trust!

Harrow and Richmond Sea Cadets units applied to Eric Twiname Trust to purchase the sailing dinghies, and were successful in just under half of the funding to purchase four RS Tera sailing dinghies. The new dinghies, which all Sea Cadets across London will benefit from, will be put through their paces during the Easter holidays by juniors, aged 10-12, for beginner courses and the boating station is organising a friendly race against other youth sailing clubs.

NEW FLAGSHIP AT SEA FOR THE FIRST TIME!

NEW FLAGSHIP AT SEA FOR THE FIRST TIME!

24/03/2015

Sea Cadets across the UK are one step closer to realising their dreams of a 21st century UK flagship as they celebrate the ship being out on the water for the very first time! The crew of the Spanish shipyard Astilleros Gondan and Bill Fairbairn who is overseeing the ship’s build are sailing TS Royalist today.

We look forward to TS Royalist coming into the UK in May ready for the naming and commissioning ceremony.

ROLLS-ROYCE LOOK TO DESIGN WORKSHOP FOR CADETS

ROLLS-ROYCE LOOK TO DESIGN WORKSHOP FOR CADETS

23/03/2015

A group of Rolls-Royce graduates are looking to design, develop and deliver an education workshop for Sea Cadets to encourage them to think about an engineering career.  

Many cadets gain engineering qualifications at their unit and they have the nautical knowledge that would be beneficial to a career in marine engineering.  Although these workshops are available to all cadets, research conducted by the charity WISE (Women in Science and Engineering) states that at present, women only make up 5% of the engineering profession.

TRURO DETACHMENT TAKE HOME GIBRALTAR CUP!

TRURO DETACHMENT TAKE HOME GIBRALTAR CUP!

09/03/2015

Six Royal Marines Cadet (RMC) detachments competed against each other at the weekend at the Royal Marines Commando Training Centre in Lympstone, Devon to take home the Gibraltar Cup. The weekend saw 48 RMCs complete a tough obstacle course as well as six leadership tasks that tested their navigation, teamwork and communication skills.

Congratulations to Truro Detachment (Alpha Company) for coming first, and to Cpl Oliver (Zulu Company) for being awarded a Section Commanders' Leadership Trophy for communicating, listening and navigating his team exceptionally.  

1st place - Alpha Company (Truro Detachment)
2nd place - Zulu Company (Ashford Detachment)
3rd place - Lima Company (Kingston Detachment)
4th place - Bravo Company (Stockport Detachment)
5th place - XRAY Company (Welwyn-Garden-City Detachment)
6th place - Yankee Company (Queensferry Detachment)

Look out for photos coming soon on the Sea Cadets UK Facebook page!

NCS GRADUATES REJUVENATE A LOCAL UNIT!

NCS GRADUATES REJUVENATE A LOCAL UNIT!

06/03/2015

On Saturday 28 February and Sunday 1 March a group of 23 young people from across the UK came together to take part in a Social Action project to get stuck in painting a unit’s main deck, canoeing, sailing and mountain biking, to encourage them to volunteer at Sea Cadets!

The young people, aged 16 - 18, who have all completed the National Citizen Service travelled from across the country to Birmingham Vernon’s Unit to spend the weekend painting the decks, rock climbing, canoeing, sailing and mountain biking, whilst learning key life skills like leadership, citizenship, team work and communication. 

One of the young people on the project told us "It was absolutely brilliant!”.

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