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FUJIFILM DONATES CAMERAS FOR SEA CADETS TO USE OFFSHORE

FUJIFILM DONATES CAMERAS FOR SEA CADETS TO USE OFFSHORE

07/12/2016

Sea Cadets would like to say a big thank you to Fujifilm UK Ltd, which has donated cameras for cadets to use offshore.

The world’s largest photographic and imaging company made the generous gesture to enable young people to capture their experiences while at sea.

The Finepix digital cameras are ideal for use near water as the units are sealed.

You can find out more about Fujifilm here: https://www.fujifilm.eu/uk, while details about offshore voyages can be found at: http://www.sea-cadets.org/Data/Sites/1/media/a3-offshore-brochure-2015-(web).pdf

CADETS VISIT ST JAMES'S PALACE TO RECEIVE DUKE OF EDINBURGH'S AWARDS

CADETS VISIT ST JAMES'S PALACE TO RECEIVE DUKE OF EDINBURGH'S AWARDS

05/12/2016

Thirty cadets from across the country visited St James’s Palace, London, where they received their Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards.

Rosalind Savage MBE, who was the first woman to row solo across three oceans - the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian - presented the awards.

Cadets shared their experiences with the Patron of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE), HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. HRH took the opportunity to congratulate the cadets on their successes, listened about their DofE journeys and asked if they conducted any part of their expedition on the water.

The cadets deserved a great evening after putting 12-18 months of hard work and dedication into securing their Gold awards. 

The presentation took place on Tuesday 29 November.

#GIVINGTUESDAY IS BACKED BY SEA CADETS

#GIVINGTUESDAY IS BACKED BY SEA CADETS

29/11/2016

Supporters of Sea Cadets have been urged to wear blue to work today as part of #GivingTuesday.

The event encourages people to do nice things for charity, straight after Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

We will be joining other charities and people across the UK in backing the initiative.

People can donate – 93p of every £1 donated goes directly to beneficiaries – at www.sea-cadets.org/donate

And you can find out more about #GivingTuesday at www.givingtuesday.org.uk/what-it-is/

Lord Mayor’s Appeal Grand Finale Maritime Dinner

Lord Mayor’s Appeal Grand Finale Maritime Dinner

28/11/2016

As one of the Lord Mayor's Appeal beneficiaries, Sea Cadets were invited to support the final fundraising push for the Grand Finale Maritime Dinner in the Guildhall, London. Over 470 guests from the maritime sector gathered to celebrate the end to the Lord Mayor’s year in office and encouraged to dig deep for one last fundraising push.

Sea Cadets from London and Southern areas were on hand to convince guests to give generously and provided a band featuring a small Corps of Drums with cadets from Sutton, Southwark, Merton and Folkstone units who played a small compilation between courses. Sea Cadets also had the honour of piping the Lord Mayor, a Honorary Commander in the RNR into the great hall.

POC Cathal and PO (SCC) Amy Bales were the pipers for the evening. PO (SCC) Mike Jefferys attended as the bugler for the event. The event raised over £400k from tickets, silent & live auctions and pledges; our TS Royalist was auctioned twice for a 'sail day', raising £13k overall. Thank you to all the cadets that made this evening such a success! 

SEA CADETS URGES PEOPLE TO SIGN UP FOR GIVE BACK FRIDAY

SEA CADETS URGES PEOPLE TO SIGN UP FOR GIVE BACK FRIDAY

25/11/2016

Sea Cadets is urging people who want to grab a bargain for Black Friday to sign up to easyfundraising.

You can help out your unit with every purchase made online as many major retailers are part of the cashback scheme.

More than £20 million could be raised on what is being dubbed “Give Back Friday” if everyone who shopped online made use of the service.

You can sign up at www.easyfundraising.org.uk/

Call us on +44 (0)20 7654 7000 or email info@ms-sc.org for more information

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