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FREEDOM OF PORTLAND ISLAND!

FREEDOM OF PORTLAND ISLAND!

09/02/2016

HM The Queen sent a congratulations letter to Portland's Sea Cadets for being granted Freedom of the Island. There was a reason to celebrate on Saturday 6 February as the Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Dorset Rupert Best bestowed the honour.

The ceremony, held at All Saints Church during their Accession Day service, was attended by MP for West Dorset Richard Drax and the Mayor of Weymouth and Portland Christine James. Afterwards, the cadets paraded under standards through Easton, saluting Mr Best as they trooped past him through the rain on the square.

TS ROYALIST VIDEO!

TS ROYALIST VIDEO!

04/02/2016

Sea Cadets launch a new video to capture the journey to create their new flagship TS Royalist today. The film, shot over the year of the build covers the launch and first voyages at sea, offers a powerful endorsement of the impact a voyage on TS Royalist has on young people.

It is the cadets’ voices in the film that bring home the impact this project has and will deliver for young people for decades to come. Watch the full nine minute video here.

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28/01/2016

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SKILLS FOR EMPLOYMENT

SKILLS FOR EMPLOYMENT

18/01/2016

Thousands of Sea Cadets across the UK are set to achieve a nationally accredited BTEC qualification in Teamwork, Personal Skills & Citizenship to boost their skills for employment, develop their communication and team work skills and help them become self-reliant.

In partnership with CVQO, from January 2016 those Sea Cadets aged 13 and over who reach the rate of Ordinary Cadet and rank of RMC1 for Royal Marines Cadets will automatically qualify for an Edexcel BTEC Level 1 Certificate in Teamwork, Personal Skills & Citizenship at no cost to the young person. The skills young people learn at Sea Cadets to reach the Ordinary Cadet and RMC1 rate support the Level 1 BTEC, like learning to lead a team, working with others and being an active member in the community.

Read the full press release here.

SEA CADETS AT PATRON’S LUNCH!

SEA CADETS AT PATRON’S LUNCH!

15/01/2016

Sea Cadets is delighted to announce that, as HM The Queen is our patron, we are invited to join in the celebrations of the Patron's Lunch to mark the Queen's 90th birthday! On Sunday June 12 2016, The Mall in St James’s Park will be transformed for its largest ever street party.

Captain Sea Cadets, Captain Phil Russell RN, was interviewed for ITV News about the significance of having the Queen as the charity’s patron and our excitement for being involved in the day. The interview featured cadets at Newham Cornwell VC Sea Cadet Unit in East London. We believe the interview will be shown at the ITV lunchtime news at 1.30pm and in the evening news at 6pm tonight. 

 

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