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NORTH WEST AREA CROWNED NATIONAL FIVE-A-SIDE WINNERS

NORTH WEST AREA CROWNED NATIONAL FIVE-A-SIDE WINNERS

02/03/2015

On Saturday 28 February, hundreds of Sea Cadets across the country took part in our national 5-a-side football competition at RAF Cranwell, Lincoln. Congratulations to everyone that took part, the winners are:
 
Overall Winning Area: North West Area
Girls Junior: Birmingham Sherbourne / Vernon units (South West Area)
Boys Junior: Birmingham Vernon / Sherbourne units (South West Area)
Girls Senior:  Cowes / Portsmouth (Southern Area)
Boys Senior: Huyton with Roby (North West Area)

Check out the photos on the Sea Cadets UK Facebook page.

SEA CADETS HELP TO DEVELOP NEW RS SAILBOAT

SEA CADETS HELP TO DEVELOP NEW RS SAILBOAT

26/02/2015

RS Sailing and Sea Cadets have teamed up to develop a brand new sailboat, the RS Quest! RS Sailing partnered with Sea Cadets to offer 14,000 young people across the UK the chance to get out on the water, and Sea Cadets were looking for a brand new boat based on young people’s needs and custom. The RS Quest is built perfectly for training purposes.

Designed by RS Sailing and Jo Richards, the RS Quest is a 14’ 1” dinghy developed in conjunction with Sea Cadets.  The RS Quest has been developed based on requirements from Sea Cadets, such as a versatile dingy to cater for a range of sailing courses, simple and effective controllers, to be easily reefed and the ability to recover easily from capsizing.

JUNIOR SEA CADET PERFORMS CPR TO SAVE DAD!

JUNIOR SEA CADET PERFORMS CPR TO SAVE DAD!

19/02/2015

A very brave Junior Sea Cadet used his First Aid training which he learnt at his unit to save his dad’s life. Josh, aged 11, from Northants & Leics District, saw his dad collapsed on he floor and rang 999 immediately and calmly performed CPR. Paramedics arrived while Josh was in the middle of performing CPR, and then took over to get his heart beating again.

Josh was presented with a bravery award from the ambulance crew. Well done Josh!!!

Photo caption: Josh with his dad (Credit: EMAS)

SEA CADETS SHORTLISTED FOR CVQO DUKE OF WESTMINSTER AWARD

SEA CADETS SHORTLISTED FOR CVQO DUKE OF WESTMINSTER AWARD

18/02/2015

After an anxious wait, CVQO has revealed the names of the 24 CVQO Duke of Westminster Award regional finalists who will be heading to Outposts, Somerset, in April. This includes three Sea Cadets from across the UK: Matthew from Warwickshire District, Katy from Northern Ireland and Jacob from Merseyside East District.

The group will take part in a four-day selection event in Somerset to determine the nine national finalists who will be heading to South Africa for a two-week educational expedition. One of these will be also crowned the overall winner at the House of Lords lunch event on 30 June in London.

12 SEA CADETS TAKE TEA WITH CHARITY’S BIGGEST SUPPORTERS

12 SEA CADETS TAKE TEA WITH CHARITY’S BIGGEST SUPPORTERS

16/02/2015

Cadets met with the Second Sea Lord, Vice Admiral Sir David Steel KBE DL on board HMS Victory in Portsmouth and Greenwich Hospital representatives, Hugh Player, Director of Greenwich Hospital and Peter Linstead–Smith OBE Head of Strategic Development, who presented six Navy Board Cadets with a very special bursary to help them in their future careers, a grant of £1000 each. This new initiative is led by Greenwich Hospital which is keen to support Sea Cadets and reward excellence and achievement – the charity is thrilled to be benefiting from this and it’s another inspiring reason to work hard to be a Navy Board Cadet.

The event also marked the handover from last year's Navy Board Cadets (NBC) to this year's – each year a new selection of six NBC’s is made to represent the Corps at a range of important events - it’s a significant achievement  to be awarded the position of NBC. They were treated to a tour of HMS Victory and of HMS Richmond, and had lunch with FOSNI, Rear Admiral John Clink OBE at Victory House, followed by afternoon tea with the Second Sea Lord and Greenwich Hospital representatives.

Photo caption: (left to right) Mr Hugh Player, Director of Greenwich Hospital, Second Sea Lord, Vice Admiral Sir David Steel KBE DL and Peter Linstead–Smith OBE, Head of Strategic Development at Greenwich Hospital with Navy Board Cadets.

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