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Our New Building!

Our New Building!

After years of hard work, we've now moved into our newly-rebuilt premises in St John's Road!

We're loving being in our new buliding, recently opened by Sir David Hempleman-Adams, the renowned polar adventurer and mountaineer. Massive thanks to Jon Moore, a Sea Cadet volunteer for keeping the project on track. After 30 years as a volunteer he is finally getting a new building! Long standing supporter, Roy, a former cadet and committee member says:

"Fabulous!! It’s like a dream that has come true."

Think you could help us too? Our committee meets every 6 weeks to help us manage the unit and give young people the best possible head start in life. Do you want to give something back using the skills you've acquired? Get in touch!

Rolls-Royce look to design workshop for cadets

Rolls-Royce look to design workshop for cadets

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. If you're interested in opportunities like these, take a look at our new careers page on Current:

www.currentmagazine.org/careers

 

 

First cadet to become Cadet Aviation Instructor!

First cadet to become Cadet Aviation Instructor!

For the first time ever, a Sea Cadet has passed the Cadet Aviation Instructor qualification at Weymouth Sea Cadet Training Centre. PO Sophie, from Berkshire District, flew herself into recognition after completing her Bronze, Silver and Gold Wings in 2014. She has been asked back to teach a number of courses to Sea Cadets this year. Congratulations Sophie! If you want to apply to fly with Sea Cadets in 2016, keep an eye out on the T&A website in August.

 

 

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